here, and a negative review here. Above, Caliban (Todd Scofield) has a conversation with his imaginary friends, Trinculo and Stephano. (Photo by Carol Pratt.)
If you've ever walked around DC, you can imagine the effect of a highbrow Shakespeare production (in a theatre right on Capitol Hill, in Northeast DC) that turned a major character into a contemporary street person, schizophrenic and alcoholic. He was completely recognizable, and some of his lines (e.g., the music he alone hears) made a new kind of sense. His sock puppet versions of "Stephano" and "Trinculo" were mostly sad rather than funny. It was really a Caliban for our time and place.