"I unequivocally consider [this] production of the play....a theatrical tour de force."
"This production is [Stephanie] Holladay Earl’s crowning performance thus far with the ASC...Holladay Earl drives this character’s dramatic arc from a statuesquely ravishing beauty to a wasted, ragged ghost of a woman; her glint-eyed, flirtatious expressions become haunt-eyed stares...Holladay Earl delivers her lines in these later scenes from a deep, deep place, thereby lifting the audience to a transcendent place."
For best seats, order tickets for The Duchess of Malfi today.
By Eric Minton. Posted at Shakespeareances.com, 9.11.2012.
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