re: And his daughters
Posted by: portenopete 11:39 am EDT 06/04/21
In reply to: re: And his daughters - showtunetrivia 11:17 am EDT 06/04/21

A perennial problem. "Get me a light Cordelia" is the usual mantra.

I suppose it could be staged in a way that didn't require an entrance but just had the two of them in place in a pieta pose and the lights come up on them?

Speaking of old Hamlets, I have seen some young Lears in my time, too! Olivier and Gielgud and Richardson were all in their 30's when they first played it. Simon Russell Beale was barely 50. If that.

In Canada, William Hutt played it from the early 1960's until the 2010's.

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