About This Show

Concepts of villiany are reexamined in this exciting new interpretation of Richard III by Untitled Theater Company # 61’s Artistic Director, Edward Einhorn. As the onstage dramaturg, Einhorn provides historical facts that contrast Richard’s reputation as Shakespeare’s most notorious villian. Richard mutates throughout the production, changing from the famous hunchback with a limp and a withered arm to an upright able warrior. This production promises to provide new insight on society’s need to provide itself with an antagonist. Robert Honeywell stars as Richard in this timely production. -vn

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: February 4, 2000 Final Performance: February 27, 2000
Location: Nada Classic, New York City

167 Ludlow St,

New York,

10002

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