January 20 - April 7
You may my glories and my state depose, but not my griefs; still am i king of those.
Shakespeare’s magnificent exploration of the lives and deaths of England’s kings is one of his crowning linguistic achievements. Pitting Richard II, a man of words, against Bullingbrook, a man of action, Shakespeare raises the art of language to new heights, while reminding us that rulers “feel want, taste grief, and need friends.” ASC veteran Sarah Fallon wears (and gives away) the crown as Richard.
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