As King Lear (John Rensenhouse) goes mad, the Fool (Phil Fiorini, right) cries in a rehearsal for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. Lear decides to divide his kingdom into thirds — one for each of his daughters — with tragic results.
As King Lear (John Rensenhouse) goes mad, the Fool (Phil Fiorini, right) cries in a rehearsal for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. Lear decides to divide his kingdom into thirds — one for each of his daughters — with tragic results. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
As King Lear (John Rensenhouse) goes mad, the Fool (Phil Fiorini, right) cries in a rehearsal for the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. Lear decides to divide his kingdom into thirds — one for each of his daughters — with tragic results. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

‘King Lear,’ at the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, is a dysfunctional family affair

June 17, 2015 03:00 AM