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Character 1 - Duck
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East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, Yorks & Humber, Wales
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The Dragon

Billed as “The Princess Bride meets a critique of Stalin (and present-day counterparts) via Team America”, I was pretty excited about the idea of Tangram Theatre’s The Dragon. Sadly, while this production has plenty of theatrical bluster it has very little satirical bite; this dragon breathes harmless hot air, not blistering fire.
Adapted from Yevgeny Schwartz’s sophisticated parable about the...

Singin' in the Rain

Singin’ in the Rain is one of those rare musicals that began life as a hugely popular movie before transferring to the stage, originally in 1983. Despite the affection held for the original, the story is achingly thin and relies on a succession of over-blown dance numbers to fill out the spaces. Ovation is no stranger to condensing big musicals...

Jack and the Beanstalk

It is a sad fact but it has to be said that the only redeeming qualities of this inane and dull production are the special effects of the beanstalk being magically conjured up from a rubbish bin in Act I and the giant’s appearance in Act II.
Jamie Sherman as Fleshcreep seems to rely on white face make-up as enough...

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Hamlet

Hamlet by Harry Venning for week 51, 2014

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Watch now: The Stage Scholarships 2014 video

This Christmas, 68 talented students have an extra reason to be merry. They’re one step closer to achieving their dreams after winning scholarships sponsored by The Stage, funded by 16 schools and worth a total…

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In this week's issue

    Exclusively in the December 18 issue of The Stage
    • Our bumper Christmas issue is chock full of festive treats, with The Stage team and contributors picking the shows that raised the roof - and those that should have been kicked into the pit. Plus, there's a souvenir pull-out section for The Stage Scholarships 2014
    • The Big Interview: in an extended edition, Bill Kenwright talks about his role as an impresario in a career which has seen him stage around 400 shows, but 'only two for the money'
    • Miranda Richardson is back on Christmas TV in Mapp and Lucia. She talks to The Stage about the role, and about the training and auditions that forged her career
    • As he steps into Patrick Stewart's boots as Shylock in Rupert Goold's The Merchant of Venice, Ian McDiarmid talks about Shakespearean reinvention... and Star Wars
    • The next issue of the stage – featuring The Stage 100 and The Stage Awards winners – is out on December 31, 2014
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