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REVIEWS

Kicking off this year’s National Youth Theatre REP season, Neil Bartlett’s take on Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations is an engaging if unadventurous adaptation. Bartlett’s script takes...

Ian Rickson’s atmospheric staging of Brian Friel’s intricate and lyrical 1980 play about language, communication and colonialism returns to the National Theatre after a...

Following King Charles III and Albion, Mike Bartlett returns to the Almeida Theatre with an adaptation of Maxim Gorky's play Vassa Zheleznova. Together with director...

One of the most interesting things about Theatre by the Lake’s relentless producing schedule is the way it pushes plays conceived for main house...

In the dappled light five dancers slowly rotate. Panagiotis Tomaras’ video projections ripple across their bodies like water. Silent Lines, the latest work from choreographer...

Between Pitlochry Festival Theatre’s traditional summer repertory season and large-scale Christmas show, artistic director Elizabeth Newman’s introduction of a mid-autumn play appears on the...

Sarah Rutherford’s exploration of the aftermath of a teenage suicide boasts impressively nimble dialogue. The death of 15-year-old Sam leaves doubt and a difficult grieving...

Aside from the works of Shakespeare, few if any plays can have inspired as many spin-offs as Edmond Rostand's heroic romance Cyrano de Bergerac:...

In the queue at IKEA, a young couple discuss whether they should have a baby. From this small seed, Duncan Macmillan’s mighty play grows. Although...

At the turn of the last century, long before Gwyneth Paltrow promoted alkaline water on her Goop well-being brand, ‘Doctor’ Linda Hazzard was preaching...

Playwright Adam Rapp’s Broadway debut, The Sound Inside, is a slippery mystery featuring a subtle central performance from Mary-Louise Parker. Parker plays Bella, a Yale creative-writing professor...

For a production ostensibly about a major thoroughfare, The D Road is actually about stasis, and the bonds that bind us to particular people,...
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