The Merry Wives of Windsor | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Rod Dungate

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
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Critical Review by Rod Dungate

SOURCE: Dungate, Rod. “The Merry Wives of Windsor.Plays and Players no. 511 (February 1997): 15.

In the following review of The Merry Wives of Windsor directed by Ian Judge, Dungate finds that the production's pace was swift and the cast energetic, and that Judge offered a fresh take on the play.

I've usually found Merry Wives slightly worthy, but this new production by Ian Judge leaves you with a warmer glow than the best mince pies and mulled wine (it opened just before Christmas). Its success would seem to lie in the fact that each actor has been given his or her own head to create comic business and characterisation and that this rich mêlée has been transformed into a single delicious pudding by Master-Chef Judge. And there...

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