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Pass Over

The Kiln Theatre is presenting the London premiere of a masterpiece. Rising dramatist Antoinette Nwandu's new play Pass Over weds the political with t...
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Be More Chill

This above all, to thine own self be true. It’s not a line which actually appears in Be More Chill, the US import which has just opened at The Other P...
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Die Zauberflote

This extraordinary production of The Magic Flute was first performed in Germany in 2012 and has since travelled around the world – but sadly never to ...
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Bleak House

With its production of Charles Dickens’ Bleak House, Oxford’s Creation Theatre has done the impossible; it has presented us with a riveting, luxuriant...
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Cabaret

I encourage you to see this production of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret, which presents the show pretty much as originally intended. When the show was firs...
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Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train

Redemption is hard to find in prison, especially when the charge is murder, and the potential sentence is life. Set primarily in the protective custod...
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Sex/Crime

The nature of self-hate is positioned as a strange bedfellow beside intimacy and chemically enhanced sex in this sharp, darkly entertaining two charac...
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The Woman in Black

It’s a ghost story in a pub. Or more specifically, the Club Car at the McKittrick Hotel. The atmosphere of the Club Car is mysterious, old-fashioned, ...
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Boys

The greatest kind of theatre doesn’t call for a reviewer, it calls for a worshipper. BOYS by ThePappyShow is worthy of fervor because it courses with ...