The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare’s fairy tale of vengeful parents, rebellious children, wronged wives, Delphic oracles, living statues, and ferocious bears, is a tough nut for directors. The trick is to impose a unified style on this wild mix of plots, subplots, and incredible plot twists. In some ways, Barry Edelstein’s revival at Classic Stage Company has a lot to offer. You have to admire the chicly minimal design, including Narelle Sissons’ more-complex-than-it-looks rendering of an empty ...

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