Twelfth Night | Literature Criticism Critical Review by The New York Times

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SOURCE: A review of Twelfth Night in The New York Times, Vol. XXXIV, No. 10.362, November 19, 1884, p. 4.

The numerous audience at the Star Theatre last evening looked upon a representation of one of Shakespeare's loveliest comedies, in which good judgment, taste, and imagination were seconded by artistic interpretation of no common merit. The pageantry of the play was exquisite and suitable, for the scenery was bright and ingeniously constructed, the costumes of opulent splendor, where that was called for, and always appropriate, and the occasional display of courtly pomp and magnificence was carried out with liberality. The delicate beauty which permeates the romantic tale of the love-lorn Count of Illyria and his page Caesario was not lacking, as it too often is in the glare of the footlights, and passages which hitherto have been disregarded or treated as if of...

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