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June 14, 2012


R Star

I was so disappointed in this production and agree with the comments posted above. So much of the dialogue was lost to those of us sitting to the side of the stage..little consideration was taken of the fact that it was in the round. Sir Toby shouted and mangled his was so frustrating...and a lot of the comedy scenes failed for the same reason. Fortunately I have seen Derek Jacobi starring as Malvolio in a far superior production. I won't rush to the Round House again in a hurry.

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