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ROMEO AND JULIET NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: July 11, 2011
Did He Like It?*
Rupert Goold's savagely hectic production of Romeo and Juliet has been praised as an impetuous anthem for doomed youth. It is set in a torch-lit, Catholic world, where impulses reign and people act before they think. Performances begin on July 10. Sam Troughton and Mariah Gale play the fated lovers. Also in the cast are Forbes Masson as Friar Lawrence; Joseph Arkley as Tybalt; James Howard as Paris; Jonjo O'Neill as Mercutio; Noma Dumezweni as the Nurse; Richard Katz as Lord Capulet; Oliver Ryan as Benvolio; Christine Entwisle as Lady Capulet; and David Carr as Escalus.
Love’s Flames Amid a City in Flames
*By CHARLES ISHERWOOD
Published: July 12, 2011
"Fire breathes from just about every scene in Rupert Goold’s hot-tempered, hard-charging staging of “Romeo and Juliet,” the second production in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s repertory season at the Park Avenue Armory. The warring Capulets and Montagues show occasional signs of pathological pyromania, and the buildings of Verona appear to be wallpapered in mesmerizing images of flames. "
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