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Stratford Festival 2012: A Word or Two & Cymbeline

From a release:

A couple of quick picks from this year's Stratford Festival:
A Word or Two &
Cymbeline


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Academy Award winner
Christopher Plummer in
A Word or Two
Directed by Des McAnuff


Avon Theatre
July 25 to August 26, 2012
Opens August 2
Special 60th Season Presentation 

About A Word or Two
One of our greatest classical actors takes us on an autobiographical journey through the literature that has stirred his imagination since youth. From the sacred to the profane, from Stephen Leacock and A.A. Milne to Ben Jonson and the Bible, these selections of poetry and prose reflect a life-long love affair with the written word.

Cymbeline
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Antoni Cimolino


Tom Patterson Theatre
May 10 to September 30, 2012
Opens May 31 

About the Play
Imogen, daughter of King Cymbeline, has married against her father’s wishes – and his anger is only the beginning of her woes. When her husband is tricked into believing her unfaithful, Imogen must embark on a daring adventure to win back the man she loves.

Cast: Graham Abbey (Posthumus), Tom McCamus (Iachimo), Cara Ricketts (Imogen), Geraint Wyn Davies (Cymbeline)

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  1. Great blog, and interesting work on Huffington Post. I too have a blog and just published my first story on Huff Po - http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/keith-tomasek/social-media-theatre-critic_b_1605975.html

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  2. Nice piece in Huffington! I posted a comment (couldn't agree more - I hate this idea that opinion alone is all you need.)

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