Mar 23 2008

The Tempest

Published by at 3:02 pm under reviews,shakespeare,sketchbook

I saw ASP’s performance of The Tempest on Friday night, and it was awesome. I highly, highly recommend it. The entire cast was great. Alvin Epstein’s Prospero wasn’t quite as compelling as his Lear, but he delivered the “our revels now are ended” speech with more weight than I’ve ever seen. Marianna Bassham was a sexy and funny Ariel, And Robert Walsh as Stephano did probably the best drunk act I’ve seen on stage. I don’t want to spoil any surprises of the art direction, but it was a brilliant treatment. If you don’t mind possible spoilers and want to see my sketches of the performance, read on.

Sketches of ASP’s The Tempest - page 1

Sketches of ASP’s The Tempest - page 2

Sketches of ASP’s The Tempest - page 3

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2 Responses to “The Tempest”

  1. Ben Evetton 23 Mar 2008 at 10:49 pm

    Dear Gareth:

    How wonderful! Thanks for these!

  2. adminon 24 Mar 2008 at 7:35 am

    Hey, thank you, Ben, for bringing so much good Shakespeare to Boston!

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