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Glenda Jackson does King Lear on Broadway.
Jackson, right, with costume designer Ann Roth during a fitting for King Lear.

“YOU’RE SEEING SOMETHING you’ll never see again, which is one of our great actors, at 82 years old, climbing Mount Everest,” Sam Gold says of directing Glenda Jackson

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