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The Unbuilt City, King's Head Theatre

by Laura Kressly

Claudia is a reclusive collector whiling away the time in her Brooklyn Heights townhouse overlooking the East River and lower Manhattan. Jonah is a young writer day jobbing for his old university’s academic archives. 460 more words

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The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Drayton Arms Theatre

by guest critic Amy Toledano

It is rare that a large-scale musical can be performed to its full potential in a tiny, unventilated room above a pub, but MKEC’s latest production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee does exactly that – and then some. 339 more words

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Blueberry Toast, Soho Theatre

by an anonymous guest critic

We open on a stereotypical, modern American kitchen where wife Barb (Gala Gordon) is busying herself. When her husband Walt (Gareth David-Lloyd) comes down for breakfast, she attempts to make him something extra special: blueberry toast. 353 more words

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Title: Desdemona

Writer: Toni Morrison

Publishing House: Oberon Books

Date of Publication:  July 18th 2012

Rating: 2 stars

‘’My name is Desdemona. The word, Desdemona, means misery. 528 more words

Book Reviews

Everything Interesting Happens at the Edges

I remember reading about this concept in a book or a magazine or publication of some kind. I wish I could remember what the book or magazine was or who wrote it – but the memory is just at the edge of my consciousness, the way the beach is at the edge of the sea, the way the spaces between us are the places that intrigue, the way disparate parts meet each other somewhere, the way the edge of a bubble is what is vulnerable to popping. 1,056 more words


London Stage 1960 Productions

A (more or less) chronological list of productions in London from 1 January to 31 December 1960 can be found here: 1960.  This is a very rough and ready draft which still needs considerable work, but might be found of some use. 49 more words

We Live By the Sea, 59E59

by guest critic Steven Strauss

Even in the current march towards greater representation across the arts for all marginalized communities, people with learning disabilities too often find themselves on the outside always looking in, literally. 488 more words

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