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Stop! – The Play

So what are we doing? It is an honest enough question, posed by one of the more senile characters in a moment unadulterated rationality: and it will n...
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Clarion

In the digital age, when old school printed newspapers fight for survival, and yellow press journalism has modernized into a soapbox to air celebritie...
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Mrs. Roosevelt Flies to London

I’m dying. I know, and I don’t care. Seated underneath strings of antiqued red and white flags, the very edges of which looking homemade and worn, we ...
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James Freedman: Man of Steal

Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre is probably the last place I would expect to watch an act like James Freedman’s. The seating makes good use of the sp...
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Peddling

Writhing in the dirt and the rubble, half-naked in the flickering lights, the opening of Harry Melling’s peddling is abrupt and immediately hypnotic. ...
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Multitudes

For a play concerned with the controversial questions of immigration and mobilization in the Middle East, the pace and momentum with which Multitudes ...