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NEW YORK: The kingdom is uneasy.The king in question is the current Prince of Wales and the prince is his eldest son, William.Playwright Mike Bartlett's vibrant and thrilling "King Charles III" opened Sunday at the Music Box Theatre, borrowing much of The Bard's style and symbols but looking to the near future. A splendid Tim Pigott-Smith reprises his role as King Charles III, which he played in London, leading it to a best new play win at the Olivier Awards.The play opens with the death of Queen Elizabeth II and then Charles is sent the first Parliament bill to sign as king – a ceremonial custom, really – a bill restricting the freedom of the press. Forget the king: Long live the playwright!
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