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One Hundred Trillion

This event - which consists of four short plays, with linking spoken word, videos and artworks – grew out of preparations for an event in Dementia Awa...
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Amour

How the mind plays tricks. I remember both Marguerite, and The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, the last two Michel Legrand musicals to play in the West End, a...
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Richard III

The new Headlong production of Shakespeare’s Richard III is to be seen if possible because of the intelligent and thoughtful direction by John Haidar ...
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Love’s Labor’s Lost

As they say, “love is a battlefield,” and every warrior on that battlefield believes they know the strategies to make love bow down to their will. Som...
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Killing Time

There is a seemingly infinite amount of questions to grapple with when it comes to the end of our lives. Will it hurt? Do I need help? Should I be all...
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Crave

In Crave, four unnamed voices (C, M, B, and A) echo without ever quite responding to each other. Occasionally lines latch onto each other, word patter...
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The Tempest

In the beginning of The Tempest, the audience is asked if we have ever felt enough rage that would raise a tempest with the sheer force of our anger. ...
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Fragments of a Star

Dalida may not be a name as instantly recognizable, let alone undoubtedly iconic, to American ears as it is to the French. But the mission of Fragment...
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Shooting Rabbits

Shooting Rabbits is not a particularly plot-driven play, yet I feel hard put to give you, reader, a very clear idea of its content without spoiling so...
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Twelfth Night

It’s always a pleasure to visit a theatre in London that I’ve not previously attended, and given that there are around 240, large and small, in the ca...