The Two Noble Kinsmen | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Matt Wolf

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of The Two Noble Kinsmen.
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Critical Review by Matt Wolf

SOURCE: Wolf, Matt. “The Actor's the Thing at Shakespeare's Globe.” Variety 380, no. 3 (4-10 September 2000): 32-4.

In the following excerpted review, Wolf assesses Tim Carroll's production of The Two Noble Kinsmen at the Globe Theater, offering his praise of Jasper Britton's performance as Palamon and finding the production as a whole “enchanting.”

Among the various criticisms made of Shakespeare's Globe over the four seasons that the rebuilt playhouse has been attracting summertime hordes, one lament has more or less stuck: the theater's inability to attract name performers to a venue seemingly bigger than any individual who might appear there. (Vanessa Redgrave's presence this summer as Prospero was very much the starry exception, not the rule.) Still, as the Royal Shakespeare...

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This section contains 464 words
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Buy the Critical Review by Matt Wolf