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Love’s Labour’s Lost, Act 3, Scene 1
Berowne
 October 30, 2019

A life in the theater. Bradford Cover grew up surrounded by theater, became an actor and has resurrected the Pearl Theater Co. – creating the Resident Acting Company. His breadth of knowledge and experience comes to bear on Berowne, the Play On Project and the Sonnets.

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  2 Responses to “Bradford Cover”

  1. Astor Place Riots, to simplify a somewhat deep seated and complex social and economic issues, were between supporters of American actor Edwin Forest and English actors William Charles Mccready.

    Concerning not only who was the better Shakespearean actor but between class difference. The more working class supporting Forest and the upper class supporting the work of William Charles Mccready.

  2. Thank you so much for the clarification! And thanks for listening!

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