A Theater Marking Time

Brustein, Robert
March 1994
New Republic;3/7/94, Vol. 210 Issue 10, p31
Reviews several stage plays. "Medea," written by Euripides and directed by Jonathan Kent; "Tamburlaine the Great," written by Christopher Marlowe and performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company; "King Lear," written by William Shakespeare and directed by Adrian Noble.


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