Talk shows abound in today’s media, but did you know they also existed in the Elizabethan period? No? Then travel back in time to the Globe Theatre with this production of The Terry Stinger Show to meet the great Terry Stinger, talk host extraordinaire, who welcomes members of the feuding families, the Capulets, and the Montagues. Watch as we learn of their family secrets, including the special one that only Romeo and Juliet know about, and then watch the sparks fly, especially when, Ethyl, Romeo’s secret lover appears; I bet you never heard about her? And let’s not forget the ever-present, period correct, commercials that are offered, yes, even back then, to help in financially supporting the show. The Terry Stinger Show is a parodic take on today’s talk shows set in the Elizabethan period. You know Shakespeare would have done this if he’d thought of it. And who knows, maybe he did?