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The Season at Stratford

12 shows
99 reviews

The most effective production at the festival

“Many plays, in theory, try to implicate the audience in their plots, usually asking us to identify with their moral ambiguity. But Paradise Lost is the most effective production at the festival, not only through Shield’s script but Maxwell’s direction. The house lights are up, Peacock is magnetizing and Shields gives her words that are at once timeless and etched into this very time and place. Social media, Trump, climate change, these are our trigger words to listen up. She might be Satan, but at least she gets it, right? Let’s hear her out.”

  • Erin Shields' adaptation of John Milton's

    Paradise Lost

    5 Reviews Comments