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"I’ll be an auditor/ An actor too, perhaps"

Having carried out research on Bottom as a working man and as an Elizabethan theatregoer I thought it was time to turn my attention to Bottom the amateur actor. 971 more words

A Midsummer Night's Dream

One Man, Two Guvnors (Weathervane Playhouse - Newark, OH)

The important thing to know before seeing One Man, Two Guvnors is that nearly everyone in it is an idiot. Once you know that, it’s easier to just enjoy what happens for all the silliness that it is. 605 more words



Cincinnati Shakespeare Company doesn’t need me to tell you to go see ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS, running through July 5th at their downtown theatre.  It sold out almost before it opened (they have added two Saturday matinee performances so if you would like to see it, that’s your best shot).   515 more words


Festive farting, yet another West End theatre dud + Northern transvestite nun

Chris Tarrant once told me: “You are on your own planet. Stay there.”

I have never been sure whether this showed admiration or contempt.

But last night, I felt I was on my own planet. 557 more words


One Man, Two Guvnors, and an awful lot of laughter!

Last week I saw One Man, Two Guvnors in Northampton with my school. It’s a brilliant comedy show; I’ve only seen a few – I tend to stick to more serious pieces – but I really enjoyed it! 373 more words


One Play, Two Couples

At one point in her introduction to her future husband, Cheryl Skafte wrapped her arms around his knees and tried to physically lift him off the ground. 1,072 more words

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Theater Review: Jody Kujawa, this is the role of your life

Jody Kujawa is Francis Henshall and Jason Scorich is Stanley Stubbers in the Duluth Playhouse production of “One Man, Two Guvnors.”(Photo: Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com) 1,064 more words

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