Theater review: ‘Zorro’ a bit cluttered but still sparky and fun
By Wendell Brock
For the AJC
In the early 1800s, an aristocratic patriarch living in California packs his son off to university in Spain. Leaving behind a cauldron of family dysfunction and social upheaval, young Diego joins a band of flamenco-dancing gypsies and eventually creates a zigzag double identity as the masked crusader Zorro.
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