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Of all the many productions ofThe Merchant ofVenice which Ihave seen, inseveral countries, since the 1970s, Kate Polotsvela's isperhaps the freshest and most urgent— completely faithful toShakespeare's 1597 script, this show still manages tounderstand itanew for our times, emotionally restructuring the play asameditation onselfhood, scapegoating and the limits ofcosmopolitanism. Taking the play's comedy with the seriousness Shakespeare demands, this show— from its Biennale opening toits haunted ending— reminds usofthe lyrical possibilities which this story blocks aswell asexposing the vindictiveness underlying its riches. In1898Stanislavsky himself failed tomake this play speak tohis times. In2019beautiful acting, exquisite design and really intelligent direction blend toproduce the most important Merchant ofthe 21st century todate.
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