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Critical Review by T. C. Worsley

SOURCE: A review of Twelfth Night in Financial Times, December 20, 1960, p. 15.

For the Christmas season (up only until February 1) the Stratford Company bring into the Aldwych the Twelfth Night from the 1958 and 1960 seasons. The production is one of Mr. Peter Hall's, and, in my view, one of his best. But it flouts some of the traditions, and has to pay the penalty of being disliked by the Old Guard, not all of whom it may be found are very old.

It is a Caroline Twelfth Night, and this works very well for the "breeches parts." Miss Dorothy Tutin, who has now learned to speak beautifully, makes a thoroughly convincing Caroline page boy. Then, Miss Lila de Nobili had produced a lyrical décor, but it glows with autumnal browns and golds and greens, and the tradition stresses...

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