- Published in: The Brooklyn Rail
The actors ran barefoot on a sandy beach and projected their lines over the cries of seagulls. The audience sat in 1,500 white folding chairs on a boardwalk across from a mural of Henry Hudson’s landing on Coney Island.
This was not a typical production of “The Tempest.”
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