What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks? There's a staging of Romeo and Juliet at Washington D.C.'s Capitol Hill Arts Workshop that's different from any other version you may have seen: The entire cast is female . "An hour shorter, a fraction of the cost and 100 percent more women," is the production's slogan. It's meant to be a throwdown, a challenge to the grander, costlier all-male Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare Theatre Company's Sidney Harman Hall. And estrogen isn't the only thing different about the play run by Taffety Punk , the theater company doing the "smarter, cheaper, better" play: The famous balcony scene is done on monkey bars. [Washington Post ]