...All basically the same. All less interesting than the one before it.
Not that this is a review of the Pasadena version we're talking about here, but... Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park did a London production that was not only very different, but most definitely not less interesting than ones before it.
Almira said: "The closed minded and traditional-mindedwill not the see the successes in this production. They will simply moan and groan all night about how “this isn’t right”, “that’s not the way it’s done” blah..blah..blah."
Being provocative or 'woke' for headlines-sake is not usually considered a positive, especially when reviews of this show have been a hot mess since they opened.
Bettyboy72 said: "Everett makes this far less interesting for me. I don't think he's a particularly good actor. I think he did well as Wilde because he's a bit of a misanthrope himself. His plastic surgeries make him look unnatural to me. I've never found him able to convey the level of intensity that would be necessary for Woolf. To me, he was a pretty boy actor who peaked in the 90s with some skill at comedy and period pieces. Not much more. His books were pretty go