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Critical Review by Ben Brantley

SOURCE: Brantley, Ben. “Shakespeare Serves Up a Savory Course of Rage.” New York Times 145 (26 August 1996): B1, C11-12.

In the following review, Brantley discusses Brian Kullick's Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival production of Timon of Athens. Brantley admires the inventiveness shown by both the director and the designers, but acknowledges a lack of connection between the characters and the audience.

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Such is the movable feast that the young director Brian Kulick and his imaginative set and costume designer, Mark Wendland...

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