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January 19, 2021
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Last Chance, King Lear at BAM

By Alexandra Glorioso
King Lear at BAM
Photo Courtesy of BAM

Now to Sat., June 5: “One of the most keenly awaited Shakespearean performances of recent times.” The Guardian (UK).

Sir Derek Jacobi is King Lear. Known to American audiences for his Broadway (Uncle VanyaMuch Ado About Nothing), film (HamletDead Again), and television work (I, Claudius), the legendary British actor takes on one of Shakespeare’s greatest roles in a  new production from director Michael Grandage.

Featuring the team behind six-time Tony Award-winning Red, the renowned Donmar Warehouse (Creditors, 2010 Spring Season).

Unrivaled theatrical partners, Tony and Olivier Award winners Jacobi and Grandage (The TempestDon Carlos, and Twelfth Night) bring King Lear’s grand themes to life in a production that unites one of the great actors of our time and one of England’s most revered directors.

Part of the 2011 Spring Season

April 28 to June 5: Tues. to Sat., 7 p.m

April 30 and June 4 only, Sat., 2 p.m., Sun., 3 p.m.

BAM Harvey Theater

195 min with intermission

Subscription & Theater Package Tickets:
$28 to $76 for Sat. night & Sun. mat
$20 $64 for all other performances

Full price: $35 to $95 Sat. night & Sun. mat
$20 to $80 for All other performances

Prices are subject to change.

BAM Harvey Theater

30 Lafayette Ave. (between Fulton Street and Flatbush Ave, Downtown Brooklyn)


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