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If youve only seen Richard III on its own, you cant imagine how much richer and more resonant it becomes when set in the panoramic context of the Wars of the Roses. I dont mean to suggest that Civil Strife is anything like an illustrated history lecture. As is her custom, Ms. Gaines opts for broad, brightly colored strokes of drama, working closely with Scott Davis, her scenic designer, to create an all-enveloping mise-en-scene that thrusts you into the middle of the action. Threatening cones of light and fog crisscross the stage and the backdrop is drenched in bright red blood, leaving you in no doubt of what the Duke of Gloucester ( Michael Aaron Lindner) has in mind when he warns King Henry ( Steven Sutcliffe) that these days are dangerous: / Virtue is choked with foul ambition / And charity chased hence by rancours hand. Ms. weblinkGainess 18-actor ensemble is full of faces that will be familiar to Chicago theatergoers and by all rights ought to be well known throughout the country, starting with Larry Yando, whose snarling Duke of York is an acid-etched portrait of ambition at its foulest and most febrile. Karen Aldridge, Kevin Gudahl and Mr. Sutcliffe are no less vivid, and Timothy Edward Kane offers an arrestingly personal slant on Richard III, playing him as a likable young fellow whose soul slowly becomes deformed by his physical handicap (he has a twisted spine) and infected by the virus of envy. My only complaint about Civil Strife is that I had to wait so long to see it. I trust that Chicago Shakespeare will eventually get around to presenting it in rotating repertory with Foreign Fire, performing both shows across a single weekend. I also hope, though, that Tug of War will make its way to other venues in America and Europe, starting with the Lincoln Center Festival.
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And it is doing just that. Its that kind of horror movie. Love it. Hate it. No middle-ground. And this is a good thing, we think. We had the pleasure of speaking with the talented, passionate Pesce on the eve of the films Texas premiere at Austins Fantastic Fest this past weekend. It was a fantastic chat that not only dissects the movie itself, but also riffs on the pictures many influences, both cinematically and culturally. CS: Can you remember the first time you actually saw it with an audience?
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