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March 08, 2013

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I agree – this is a marvelous production of Henry IV. What was especially pleasing and important to me was that the entire production, scenery, acting, staging, etc., allowed for the genius of Shakespeare to come through. As you said, Falstaff was really the high point of the performance and one really got to appreciate all the human complexities which are represented in this play. Although this will be playing for only a little while longer – is one not to be missed. Thank you, Pearl Theater.

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