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Critical Review by Markland Taylor

SOURCE: Taylor, Markland. Review of Richard III. Variety 375, no. 10 (26 July 1999): 44.

In the following review, Taylor praises director Tina Packer's 1999 Shakespeare and Co. production of Richard III as a “blessedly straightforward and vital telling of an endlessly bloody tale of a physically and psychically deformed man proving himself a villain.”

The very great virtue of Shakespeare & Co.'s Richard III is that it projects the text with such clarity and sense that every word can be heard and understood—the tremendous impact of the play is boldly revealed through words as much as action. This is due primarily to the Shakespearean training offered by the troupe, but also to the excellent acoustics of the Duffin Theater, a new venue the company is using for the first time a couple of miles away from the Mount...

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