Date: 2012-07-24 09:18 pm (UTC)
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Loved it! Hotspur was properly eye-rolly and Glendower was the pompous windbag we know and love :D

TN was actually the first play I saw at the Globe. I saw it twice that year, and twice the next year when they reprised it. I hope to go to London this winter and catch it at the Apollo :)

there is definitely something special about getting to relive a show you actually got to experience live
Oh, yes! I saw Richard II with Rylance as Richard and Liam Brennan as Bolingbroke a couple of times on stage, and then I managed to get my hands on a tape copy of the filmed version they did for the BBC. Unfortunately, I haven't had a VCR in years, and there's no copy to be found on the web :(

the current Richard III, which I've heard is fantastic
Mark Rylance is a fantastic actor (and a really annoying person, alas).
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