It's one of the very few Shakespeare plays I was taught... which is a plus.
Houdyschell was flubbing lines but early on and never with Jackson. The sign interpreter work for awhile but then got annoying when it got distracting ( saw "Follies" in DC with one which was so interesting... but they weren't on stage ). Enjoyed the string quartet... even when they were out of place.
I don't think Jackson was still finding her way... she's just old. She almost bumped into that stupid ceramic lion... she just patted it's head. I couldn't take my eyes or ears off her all evening.