Repertory: Best of Breed

Britain's National Theater is a marriage broker of time: it can wed a present audience to a past play and make them live in timeless harmony. It is also an honor scroll of what makes a repertory group outstanding: fluid ensemble work, resourceful acting, thoughtful direction, intuitive dramatic taste, a sense of purpose and style, a firm guiding intelligence and a zestfulness of spirit. Currently making its first Western Hemisphere appearance with a Canadian tour, the troupe presents three classics from two centuries: Strindberg's Dance of Death and Georges Feydeau's A Flea...

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