For some reason this production of King Lear sparked an unusual and different emotional reaction in me than I usually experience in response to this play. I thought it was one of the better productions of Lear that I have seen and when intermission came, I couldn't believe that an hour and a half had passed.
My study of King Lear in the last year of high school in South Africa, was my initiation into a lifetime of interest in Shakespeare's great tragedies and I can still remember much of Lear's railing against the elements as he wandered on the moors. From that time, and in most productions I have seen since, my perception of Lear has generally been of a proud, foolish and vain king, whose narcissism makes him...
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