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This Season at Stratford

Truly Uplifting

“It is truly uplifting to see a production at Stratford that does justice to Shakespeare’s greatest comedy. McKenna and the cast do not go for easy laughs. Rather, they find the psychological comedy in the play and do not shy away from the play’s more serious themes. On opening night when Orsino kisses “Cesario” (now known as Viola), the audience erupted in cheers.

Perhaps Stratford audiences are ready to take Shakespeare’s comedies more seriously.”

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