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KING LEAR 2011 NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW

Opening Night: July 16, 2011

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Perfect Crime Off-Broadway

 

Greg Hicks has won unanimous critical praise for his ghost-like Lear, the aged king who earns his fate because of his shallow demand for love in words rather than actions, in David Farr's production of King Lear. The cast includes Kathryn Hunter as The Fool; Charles Aitken as Edgar; Geoffrey Freshwater as Gloucester; Darrell D'Silva as Kent; Samantha Young as Cordelia; Kelly Hunter as Goneril; Katy Stephens as Regan; John Mackay as Duke of Albany; Clarence Smith as Duke of Cornwall; James Tucker as Oswald; and Tunji Kasim as Edmund.

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The Old, Inexorable Story of a King’s Disintegration

*By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
Published: July 17, 2011

"The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of “King Lear,” directed by David Farr, can be strongly recommended for hypersensitive souls. Have you always found the play to be too devastating to endure, its serial acts of cruelty too relentless to witness? Do you share Samuel Johnson’s moral outrage at the death of Cordelia in the last act? Hie thee to the Park Avenue Armory, where this competent but immaculately unwrenching production of Shakespeare’s harrowing tragedy is providing more than three hours of placid traffic on the stage. "

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