International Reviews

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Hamlet

You will walk away from RSC’s Hamlet with colors exploding in your mind’s eye. Costumes, drapes, headdresses, paintings, and pieces of the set are bri...
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Replay

“It’s all about the prawns.” Sometimes the greatest things in the world can leave the most horrendous impact, making you scared to try them again, to ...
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Judas

The scene opens on a panoramic view of the Jerusalem skyline as if from a tower window. It looks ancient at first - the crumbling stone temples and ca...
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Sancho: An Act of Remembrance

Sancho: An Act of Remembrance starts in the lobby on the third floor of the National Black Theatre in Harlem. You step out of the elevator and are dir...
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King Lear

It’s pre-Arthurian Britain, and madness spreads throughout the government like plague. A familiar scene unfolds: a raving king, teetering on the brink...
Odys Teatr Polski w Poznaniu
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Odys

When the doors to the auditorium open to let the audience in, the performance seems to have already begun. On a rotating platform, in the centre of ev...
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Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story

With his resplendent beard and fantastical locks, donning purple coat and matching hat, Ben Caplan is the dazzling centerpiece of the creative and unf...
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Hal and Bee

Every unhappy marriage is unhappy in its own way, and that famous first line might be applied to Max Baker’s play about the disintegration of marriage...
Much Ado About Nothing The Center at West Park, Balcony Theater
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Much Ado About Nothing

“For man is a giddy thing” says Benedick at the conclusion of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. Giddy is a word that perfectly encapsulates Hamlet...