Lear by Young Jean Lee

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Shakespearean drama meets millennial self-indulgence in this outlandish take on King Lear. Stuffy parents have been left for dead – consigning audiences to the care a younger generation. Despite sharp wits and sharper teeth, these Kardashian-esque kids are shallow, callous, and vain: more concerned with dancing and drama than their own doomed parents. But superficial pleasures can only reign for so long before their conscience catches up with them, unearthing ugly secrets, doubts, and fears.