Lahr, John
December 2003
New Yorker;12/1/2003, Vol. 79 Issue 37, p100
Comments on performances of the play "Henry IV" adapted by Dakin Matthews. Meditation on the development of a new kind of dignity; Performances of the cast including Ethan Hawke and Kevin Kline; Delicacy of the play's romantic comedy.


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