Stage veteran Seana McKenna: Lear is no more and no less flawed for being female
Seana McKenna is one of Canada's best-loved, most-respected and daring stage actors. For close to four decades, she's performed across the country in roles such as Lady Macbeth, Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire, and the Queen in The Audience. Soon, McKenna's reputation for versatility will be cemented by a new production of Shakespeare's Lear, because she — not a male actor — performs the title role as Queen Lear. McKenna talks to Tom Power about treading the boards while wearing the pants.
— Produced by Ashley Mak