Seen Off Broadway: One of the great revelations of recent seasons has been the emergence of Liev Schreiber as a skilled Shakespearean leading man. That’s why, in the current Public Theatre/Shakespeare in the Park production of Henry V, it’s disconcerting to see him nearly upstaged by director Mark Wing-Davey. No one should have to contend with Wing-Davey’s gimmick-a-minute approach--to wit: the clergy’s argument against France is staged as a kind of medieval Powerpoint presentation; Pistol ...

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