Review: A Winter’s Tale: something reeks of tyranny

Lorca’s production is well balanced, never veering off into too much schtick meant to garner laughs just for the sake of laughs. The ensemble of players from top to bottom responds to the nuances in their speeches by quickly turning the emotional weight of a scene, effortlessly going from heavy to light, from sunny to dark and back again to sunshine.

Another welcome touch from Lorca are the songs written by JD Steele expressly for the show. Linked with Lorca’s choreography they spark both the opening scene and the center of the play to boost the action and keep the audience attentive.

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