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Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request a postage method to your location. Postage cost can't be calculated. Please enter a valid postcode. It has often been said that if you are old enough to truly understand the unique blend of aging, madness, and arrogance required to play it, you may be too old to pull it off onstage. Jon Huffman seems ready. After demanding and receiving false declarations of love and loyalty from Goneril Abigail Bailey Maupin and Regan Hallie Dizdarevic , he rages against youngest daughter Cordelia when she refuses to engage in such rank obsequiousness.
He banishes her, proving the hubris and vanity that will give way to insanity. I not very long ago watched some notable Lears by famous actors, and it occurs to me that there is often an assumption of familiarity that can rob the audience of a sense of discovery. I felt like I was hearing many of these lines for the first time. Although he is angered by the actions of his faithless progeny, he also surrenders willingly to the void.
One answer is that Shakespeare wanted to explore the chaos of a mind disconnected from reality. In giving away his lands Lear has also relinquished his identity, and his tragedy is that he fails to recognize this until it is too late.
The always-excellent Donna Lawrence-Downs provides that regal mane and much more in the costumes, and Karl Anderson augments the wood construction with modest suggestions of stone and one magnificent staircase just for this production, for Lear to ascend and for others to hide under. In their first scene together, Ms. Bailey Maupin commands with the easy, assumed authority of the eldest, while Ms. Casting Tom Luce as The Fool is inspired, providing him the opportunity to break out of the authoritarian figures he has played recently and he has great fun onstage.
Playing against Mr. As for the Gloucester family, Jennifer Pennington is smart and forceful enough to render moot any question about gender swapping, while Braden McCampbell is forthright as Edmund. Neill Robertson has established himself as a rare talent, and he gives Poor Tom a rich and expressive physicality.