This year’s Shakespear in the Park production is both tragedy and comedy
Iconic English playwright William Shakespeare is rightfully lauded for his skill in writing both tragedy and comedy: His plays continue to be relevant and entertaining more than 500 years after they were first written.
Most of Shakespeare’s works are classic examples of either one or the other; in “The Winter’s Tale,” however, both tragedy and comedy exist in equal measure.
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