Cordelia is an innovative abstraction of Shakespeare's King Lear from the point of view of Lear's youngest daughter. Although the text for this adaptation is a collage of Shakespeare's language by experimental playwright Erik Ehn, the form in which Cordelia's story will be told is that of a Japanese Noh play, specifically a "phantasmal Noh warrior play." In a play of this type, the audience experiences a visitation by a ghost who, after death, remains trapped in an indelible life memory. From this post mortem vantage point, Cordelia relives her actions and evaluates her choices from a strikingly original perspective.
NOHspace Theatre of Yugen
2840 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
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