KING LEAR remembered
The Telegraph: Jonathan Bate,
What makes a great King Lear?
(...) The three best Lears I have ever seen
were all in “black box” studio theatres:
they were Tony Church,
directed by the late Buzz Goodbody in an
RSC “Theatregoround” production,
in the little Cottesloe in Richard Eyre’s
farewell production as artistic director of the National,
and Lee Beagley
with a company called Kaboodle
in Liverpool’s tiny Unity Theatre.
What they had in common was the ability to range from a whisper and a tear to a curse and a howl. (...)
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