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A History of Wooster Weirdness

Deconstruction is too gentle a word for what the 32-year-old Wooster Group does to classic plays. Its Hamlet, which transfers to the Public Theater next week, features reenactments of a taped 1964 Richard Burton performance, which is also broadcast on monitors. But the result is relatively coherent—if not exactly faithful. Where does it rank among other Wooster-exploded old chestnuts? ... Read the story

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