Praising a talented cast, a well-designed stage, and “inspired costume work”, critic P.A. Sevigny considers the opening-night Shakespeare-in-the-Park performance. The review, originally published in The Suburban on Tuesday, July 20, considers the implications of the production’s all-female cast, in light of the political complexities in both the play and our everyday lives. Moreover, reading the context of Montréal’s arts scene, Sevigny highlightsArtistic Director Amanda Kellock’s views on English theatre in Montréal, as well as her approach to historical/typical modes of Shakespearean drama.
The full review can be read here.