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Donmar's Belleville: Messy Entitled Millennials Brilliantly Living Too Large in Paris.

Donmar Warehouse’s Belleville: Messy Entitled Millennials Brilliantly Living Too Large in Paris.

By Ross

At first I envied these two. Living abroad, in Paris of all places, young, married and in love. 568 more words

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Belleville

The day after I’d hailed a golden age of new plays in my review of 2017, there I was in the Donmar seeing another impressive new play, the UK debut by American playwright Amy Herzog. 318 more words

Theatre

Review Round Up: Belleville, Donmar Warehouse

Amy Herzog’s acclaimed play is getting its UK premiere, directed by Michael Longhurst. Here Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the production:  517 more words

Meriden

I finished knitting Meriden by Amy Herzog last weekend and I absolutely love it!

It was perfectly timed for the freezing cold weather we’ve had this week and it actually snowed the first time I wore it. 192 more words

Knitting

NYTW's Mary Jane: When Alex Was Born...

NYTW’s Mary Jane: When Alex Was Born…

By Ross

When Alex was born to the titled character in Amy Herzog’s new play, Mary Jane… 847 more words

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Knitter's Bookshelf: Amy Herzog helps you knit to fit

Anyone interested in sweater knitting should know the name Amy Herzog.  Amy is a prolific writer, designer, teacher, and person in charge of Custom Fit – all aimed at helping knitters make better sweaters. 665 more words

Knitting Books

“Mary Jane,” Mom to Chronically Sick Child, Gently Explodes

There’s quiet devastation in the all-female voices of Amy Herzog’s Mary Jane, now playing at Off-Broadway’s New York Theatre Workshop after a run last spring at  912 more words

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