review of Richard II: a reduced study of patriarchal power | Theater

TThere is no sign of courtly pomp or ceremony in this reworking of Shakespeare’s historical play: a wooden stick serves as a scepter, and the crown, upon which the drama’s power battles begin, is somewhat fragile. A medieval story about the divine right of kings, it is performed by five actors, all in casual modern …

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