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The Marriage of Figaro

It took me a while to grow comfortable with (or even figure out) the visual and metaphoric concept behind this production of The Marriage of Figaro, b...
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East is East

As a semi-autobiographical look at the particular challenges faced by Pakistani immigrants and mixed-race children, living in whatmight be described a...
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The Cherry Orchard

Katie Mitchell’s production of The Cherry Orchard embraces melancholy, alienation and erratic-neurotic characters, who behave and talk as if they had ...
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Uncle Vanya

In her latest adaption of Chekhov, Anya Reiss has relocated Uncle Vanya to a rusted, corrugated iron farmhouse in 21st century Yorkshire. While Reiss ...
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The Trials of Oscar Wilde

Is there anything we don’t know about Oscar Wilde? asks John O’Connor, who – with Wilde’s grandson, Merlin Holland - has reconstructed the two trials ...
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The Trial

There is every reason why the strange and unsettling fate of Joseph K, the central character of Franz Kafka’s novel, should provide fertile material f...
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The Distance

This is an amazing evening. The play is serious and thought-provoking, yet for most of its running time is side-splittingly funny. The production swit...
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Henry IV

After her bold reimagining of 'Julius Caesar', Phillida Lloyd returns to the Donmar Warehouse and she's in fighting form. Henry IVshows her returning ...