Open to Public / Theater Company In Residence 2019
The King Lear Project at Wyckoff Gardens Senior Center
Wed, Sep 11.2019 1:00 PM
Una lectura dramática de escenas de KING LEARde Shakespeare
Adaptado por Bryan DOERRIES
About the play
King Lear by William Shakespeare
King Lear by William Shakespeare depicts an elderly king at the border of losing his faculties and independence, who makes a series of rash decisions regarding the future of his kingdom, fracturing his family and isolating himself from those who love him most.
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