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"The major accomplishment of this production is proving that a free show outdoors doesn’t have to mean a second-rate production...The acting is solid across the board...A lack of characterization plagues this interpretation...While the show was well-produced, it oftentimes felt more like a family-friendly version outside of the realities of the world rather than an impassioned depiction of one of the greatest stories of political corruption in the English canon." Full Review
"Everything feels choreographed and deliberate, from design to staging to the acting itself…The full effect of slick mechanical precision is at odds with the script's focus on madness and disorder…The upshot of this high production value is that there is not a bad note in the play, but nothing stands out particularly either." Full Review