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The Winter's Tale of our discontent

But at least “Exit, pursued by a bear” finally makes sense.

Now still being the winter of our discontent, it feels unwarranted for the Goodman Theatre to run its air conditioner on high, as if we could forget for a moment the urban tundra that encircles its new production of The Winter’s Tale, directed by Robert Falls. But a chilly excess characterizes this rendition of Shakespeare’s romance about the destructive jealousy of Sicilian king Leontes (played with muttering intensity by Dan Donohue) and his Job-like redemption, with a comic interlude of song and so forth in the pastoral land of Bohemia.…

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