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'King Lear' for kids? 1 company isn't scared

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NEW YORK (AP) — "King Lear" may be Shakespeare's greatest work, but, let's face it, it's also grindingly grim. The reasons are simple: There's great suffering, a man descends into madness, two families are torn apart and there's a very high body count, not to mention some eye-gouging. It's definitely not for kids. Or is it? The Royal Shakespeare Company is currently on an international...