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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Geoffrey Rush as Shakespeare's King Lear

Great news!

Geoffrey Rush will be playing King Lear at the Sydney Theatre Company later this year.

He is one of the most remarkably talented actors, and it is thrilling that he will perform this role.

He is one of my favorite actors, and while I am disappointed that he has not done more Shakespeare, on stage or screen, I am very excited that he will do Lear.

I hope that the Sydney Theatre Company will decide to film this play, and make it available for download, or purchase on DVD.

For any of you in Australia who love theatre and/or Shakespeare -- you can not miss this.

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