REVIEW: by Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

By September 21, 2015 November 23rd, 2015 Reviews, The Winter's Tale

“Rest assured, the most famous Shakespearean stage direction is fully honored: “Exit, pursued by a bear.”

Otherwise, Shakespeare is thoroughly, ambitiously remade in “The Winter’s Tale” by director Karla Boos of Quantum Theatre, Andres Cladera and the musicians of Chatham Baroque, the dancers of Attack Theatre and designers of inordinate invention…”

by Christopher Rawson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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  • Susan Balée says:

    Intriguing way to perform Winter’s Tale. I think the Bard himself would have enjoyed the music; I know I did. The auxiliary activities of the dancers and projected images offered more to look at for those unmoved by sound, though some worked better than others — dancers as clocks, or sinuous lizards among burgeoning ivy the best, and projected statue awesome. Lots of standout singers, but my favorite the counter tenor Rogue. A clever, fun production.

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