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New West Magazine (William Murray)
"Best of all was the Juliet of Tovah Feldshuh, whose every line was delivered with conviction and unerring sense of truth. 'Once in a blue moon or so,' wrote Shaw, 'there wanders onto the stage some happy fair whose eyes are lodestars and whose tongue's sweet air's more tuneable than lark to shepherd's ear.' This is the Juliet I think he would have loved. I certainly did."

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