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Arthur Miller's "Important Theme" Behind "The Crucible"

“The question is not the reality of witches but the power of authority to define the nature of the real, and the desire, on the part of the individuals and the state, to identify those whose purging will relieve a sense of anxiety and guilt.” 805 more words

Richard Armitage

Other Desert Cities - Old Vic

How well do you know your family, and do you think they’d have the same perspective on key events that you do? The way that you remember your childhood or how you dealt with tough times, do you think your parents and siblings think of it the same way? 644 more words


Oh my Kevin...

While pursuing through Time Out London today, I came across this:

Kevin Spacey? One man show? At the Old Vic? Playing the part of one of the greatest lawyers and defenders of civil liberties in American history? 164 more words

Lovely London

Theatre Review: Other Desert Cities, The Old Vic

Family dramas with mismatched parents and offspring locked in a room together for a festive occasion, jabbing accusatory figures at each other, has been playwright fodder for the past few decades. 521 more words



We’re approaching the three-month mark. Now, I’ve never really made it that long dating a person (well, maybe once but neither of us noticed or cared…), but I’ve been told it’s a critical point. 615 more words


Fortune's Fool

I will see any Russian play I can, and was very excited at the prospect of catching this rarely-performed piece from Ivan Turgenev at the Old Vic. 226 more words