Lisa Harrow: The wheel is come full circle

By Guy Somerset In Theatre

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21st February, 2013
Actress Lisa Harrow is only a short way into outlining her conception of King Lear, the play she is directing to mark the 50th anniversary of the University of Auckland’s Summer Shakespeare, and it’s clear this is a staging very much in tune with the environmental concerns with which she has been identified through her A-Z guide book and website What Can I Do? and live show SeaChange: Reversing the Tide. “Well, there is that, yes,” says Harrow, laughing. “I just kept looking at if you could extrapolate one man’s mindless hubris, which is ...

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