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Review - Rules for Living - National Theater

I am mystified by the English concept of the embarrassment comedy, a la Abigail’s Party. To me there is little humor to be found in people spending time together being immensely uncomfortable. 734 more words

Theatre review - Rules For Living at the National Theatre (Dorfman stage)

I recently made my second trip to the newly refurbished Dorfman Theatre (I think it’ll always be the Cottesloe to me) to see this new play by Sam Holcroft and what a treat it is. 732 more words

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Onstage at The National, breaking life’s rules has never been so entertaining

The Rules For Living in Sam Holcroft’s eponymous new play are literal, in director Marianne Elliott’s superb in-the-round production for The National. 506 more words

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Rules for Living review

Review added of Rules for Living by Sam Holcroft, at the National Theatre.  We’ve seen six plays in London in a week, as last year, and Rules for Living is easily the best production of an intensive week. 15 more words

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Rules of Living @ The National Theatre (Dorfman) Review

Have you ever been to a family Christmas where you feel like the only person who’s noticed that everyone else in the room is completely insane? 368 more words

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Though its billed as a comedy and it made me laugh – a lot – there’s more to Sam Holcroft’s play about the family Christmas from hell; it made me think a lot too. 351 more words

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Mourning Edition: Edgar and Annabel, reviewed.

The short version of my Washington City Paper review of Sam Holcroft‘s Edgar and Annabel, now getting its U.S. premiere in a Studio Theatre… 38 more words

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