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Written & performed by Mark Thomas

Directed by Emma Callander

Impishly reversing the famous slogan “speak truth to power”, British comedian-anarchist Mark Thomas has had remarkable success in tricking the powerful into making startlingly self-incriminating confessions on camera. 582 more words

New York Report #1: Hamilton, The Flick and a Tennessee Williams buffet

I spent a few days in New York last week, catching up on theater and museums. I’m mad about New York and love staying in the theater district, this time at the Hotel Edison on 47th, which made a cameo appearance in the film… 1,638 more words


In New York's challenging summer theatre market, THREESOME gets chilly critical and box office reception

We’re not in Kansas any more. Doing a show in the hinterlands is one thing. But New York is a whole different deal. Normally America’s theatre capital exports plays to the rest of the country. 749 more words

How short is it?

It’s not Twitter, so you’re allowed more than 140 characters (no not that kind of character, the one they have for Tweets) to express your thought. 117 more words



Written by Kathryn Hunter, Paul Hunter & Edward Petherbridge

Directed by Kathryn Hunter

Days away from fulfilling his lifelong dream of performing the title role in KING LEAR, veteran actor Edward Petherbridge was afflicted with two strokes.  337 more words


Written by Joseph Wilde

Directed by Rebecca Atkinson-Lord

With her all-black wardrobe and crimson lips, businesswoman Tabby (Rendah Heywood) looks a bit like a B movie Transylvanian. 469 more words


Adapted and directed by Lucia Cox

Based on a short novel by Anthony Burgess, this mordant take on middle class life in postwar Britain seeks to examine the impact of consumerism on the machinations of everyday life and love. 364 more words