Mention must also be made of Natalie Anderson as a brassy, trophy-wife Lady Montague who, despite her cava tippling stance and flirting with Tybalt, somehow manages to convey how emotionally like her daughter Juliet she herself must once have actually been.
Jonathan Hall, BritishTheatre.com
on Romeo and Juliet
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