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Henry V

Often overlooked amongst Shakespeare’s works, this production brings attention to the rich play of Henry V. The dazzling cast produce a captivating pe...
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Summer Holiday

Adaptations of movies to the stage (it used to be the other way round) are coming thick and fast these days.  And nowhere faster (I won’t say thicker)...
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Meshahnye

There is a pervasive, deep-seated unhappiness which infects every character of DoubleDecker Productions’ Meshahnye. The first sign of this is Tatiana ...
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The Emperor

There is no shortage of art that comments on the current administration. Revivals and new plays alike are prone to this scrutiny by a modern American ...
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James and Jamesy in the Dark

Have you ever wondered what the Pixar lamp does beyond your television screen? This show won’t tell you, but the two men hopping around with lampshade...
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Meaningful Conversation

Everything is dark. It’s 2006, and if you’re a New Yorker you’ll have already connected the dots: we are in a cozy, untidy apartment bedroom in Astori...
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Agnes

Now here is a play worth seeing! For its writing, for its acting, for its wisdom. Lesser America’s production of Catya McMullen’s Agnes at the 59E59 c...
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Separate and Equal

Set on a basketball court in 1950s Alabama, SEPARATE AND EQUAL sets six young men against each other - three black, three white - navigating the preju...
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The Woods

Yet another premiere of a new play at the Royal Court, this time The Woods by Robert Alan Evans, impresses and proves that contemporary British drama ...
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About Leo

This fascinating play about the artist Leonora Carrington is the result – so the writer tells us - of a visit to an exhibition of Carrington’s work at...