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Eugene O’Neill’s script is torn between a tragic examination of familial conflict, realistic representation of drug and alcohol abuse, O’Neill’s need to demonstrate his...

It is 21 years since Steven Greenhorn's road movie for the stage had its debut at the Edinburgh Traverse. And, while it is firmly set in the late...

The heat is rising in the Alabama Delta. On an isolated fishing trip, Betty is trying to talk to her girlfriend Kendra, but Kendra...

A circus inspired by nuclear physics? It’s hard not to think of the world’s premier political megalomaniacs and their social media sabre-rattling. Fortunately, The...

Back in the 70s, The Liver Birds was ground-breaking TV – a show where the lead characters were two young women who were feisty...

Persuasion was the last novel finished by Jane Austen, and it contains all the well-worn components the author is famous for. There’s a tortured...

Any preconceptions that this might simply be a tired rehash of an all-too-familiar play are quickly dispelled the moment our cast of two begin...

Lerner and Loewe's 1956 version of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion has long provided the gold standard for musical adaptations. It both honours the original...

How can anyone resist the iconic climax from An Officer and a Gentleman, with Up Where We Belong blasting and love finding a way? Richard...

It's good to be back in Jim Steinman's world, a world full of too much leather and picaresque songs in which the words "rock'n'roll"...

Nick Bagnall’s new production for the Everyman is astonishingly the first professional outing for Anthony Burgess’ 1980s stage adaptation of A Clockwork Orange. A...

In November, Britain’s ballet companies commemorated the 25th anniversary of Kenneth MacMillan’s death with a varied programme of his one act works. Now Viviana...
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