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Arthur Hughes: First disabled Richard III is 'big gesture' from RSC

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Sir Antony Sher, Robert Lindsay, Ian Richardson and Christopher Plummer are just a few of the consummate actors to have played one of the most prized roles in English drama, Shakespeare's deliciously evil Richard III.

The days of "cripping up" - a term disabled actors regularly use to describe those with no physical impairment playing disabled characters - appear numbered now, though, with Arthur Hughes taking on the coveted role.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-61549419



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