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Critical Review by Lois Potter

SOURCE: Potter, Lois. “The 2001 Globe Season: Celts and Greenery.” Shakespeare Quarterly 53, no. 1 (spring 2002): 95-105.

In the following excerpt, Potter favorably reviews the 2001 staging of King Lear at the Globe Theatre, noting that the production “generally felt ‘right,’ both simple and to the point.”

It was something of a letdown to find that in 2001 “Shakespeare's Globe” was to be only “Shakespeare's Globe,” gesturing toward other dramatists only in playreadings that were fewer and less well-advertised than in previous years (at least, this is my explanation for my failure to get to any of them). Two thousand and one was also the year when, for some reason, the company apparently agreed not to treat the Globe as a set in its own right...

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