The Winter's Tale | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Vincent Canby

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of The Winter's Tale.
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Critical Review by Vincent Canby

SOURCE: Canby, Vincent. “Bergman's Vision of Shakespeare.” New York Times (2 June 1995): C3.

In the following review, Canby praises Ingmar Bergman's 1995 staging of The Winter's Tale at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, for its lucid artistic vision that succeeded with minimal theatrical affectation.

If you have any doubt about Ingmar Bergman's premier place in the international theater, you can't afford to miss his fine, quintessentially Bergman interpretation of The Winter's Tale, one of the last and strangest of Shakespeare's romantic comedies.

You haven't much time, though. The production, which opened at the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Wednesday night, is available for only two more performances, today and tomorrow at 8 P.M. It will be followed on Wednesday by the Bergman...

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