"I have long considered Blunt, a longtime member of the ASC's touring troupe (this year dubbed the World's Mine Oyster Tour), a reincarnation of Kemp, so his Falstaff might be as close to William Shakespeare's original rendering—if, indeed, Kemp originated the part—as we might ever see."
"With this production, director Jim Warren proves that Henry IV, Part One, stands alongside Twelfth Night as one of Shakespeare's best comedies."
For best seats, order tickets for Henry IV, Part 1 today.
By Eric Minton. Posted at Shakespeareances.com, 9.19.2013.
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