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Imperium

The depth of our fascination with Julius Caesar may be gauged from the fact that not one but two modern words for an autocratic ruler ‒ Kaiser and Tsa...
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The Two Noble Kinsmen

Shakespeare’s last work for the theatre, in collaboration with the young John Fletcher, is now acknowledged to be a part of the canon and is a troubli...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Revolt. She said. Revolt again

Alice's Birch's 2014 play is a transfer from the Making Mischief season at the RSC: a collection of four new plays about language, race and gender. ...
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Doctor Faustus

The new production of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus by director Maria Aberg is possibly the most convincing interpretation of this play that I ...
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Though this may be the very first Shakespeare play, and though everyone always talks about how it has sketches within it for what it is to come (girls...
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The White Devil

My main problem with this production of The White Devil was the turning of Flaminio, the brother of Vittoria and secretary to Bracciano into a woman (...
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Matilda the Musical

    Warning: exceptionally talented young children ahead. The tale of Matilda – the classic underdog, the David versus Goliath if you ...