Distinctively Door

A chat with the Duke of Cornwall, Princess Regan, and the Bastard Edmund

It was getting close to curtain up at the Door Shakespeare Festival; the fight call was upon us, so I had just a few minutes to interview three actors from the company. In order of appearance in the recording and in the picture they are: Michael Perez (Cornwall), Jennifer Ludwigsen (Regan) and David Folsom (Edmund).

As we stood in the lovely Shakespeare garden, they spoke about about what is distinctive about performing in the Door Shakespeare Festival.

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