The Pearl Theatre presents Shakespeare's late-career romance, a tale of a jealous king who is redeemed through a miracle. More…
A moment of jealousy and an act of anger lead to a lifetime of regret for Leontes, the rash king who destroys his family on a whim. But as time glides gently on, fate, love, and a few true friends, are ready to work wonders to restore happiness to his world. In 'The Winter's Tale', Shakespeare’s later-career wise and winsome fairytale, nothing is truly lost—certainly not love—if only we know where to seek it.
See it if IF U WANT TO SEE EXCELLENT STAGING & ACTING OF THIS CLASSIC/A MUST SEE PRODUCTION & 2 C A WOMAN DIRECTOR'S "RIGHT ON" POINT OF VIEW
Don't see it if YOU JUST HATE SHAKESPEARE... I CAN THINK OF NO OTHER REASON NOT TO SEE.
See it if You love Shakespeare. This play is one of his later works and is thoroughly enjoyable. Part serious, part magical love story.
Don't see it if You don't like Shakespeare or you don't believe in happily ever after a or love conquering all.
See it if Used to love shows at the Pearl, especially when it was at 80 St Marks. This was not one of Pearls best productions.
Don't see it if You must love the Bard to enjoy this production, long and drawn out. It wasn't the now defunct Pearls best production. I Miss the Pearl thea
See it if Do you love the Shakespearean traditions of exchanged identities, pastoral interludes, bumpkins, and kneeslapping hilarity? GO.
Don't see it if Or you may feel that if it isn't packed with fatherly wisdom and coming to terms, it's not Shakespeare. These guys are boobs. Move on.