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The Season at Stratford

12 shows
105 reviews

Certainly striking, also monotonous

“If you are among the learned, you can enjoy watching each of the actors seamlessly switching from one character to another; if you aren’t, you won’t even know who those characters are. Let me be clear: Sellars is a director worth inviting (and, I hope, re-inviting) to Stratford, and this production is worth seeing. But it’s a one-note treatment of a rich symphonic work and thus, for all its surface solemnity, a frivolous one.”