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Enter “The Marriage Zone” For a Comical and Insightful Evening

The Marriage Zone will close after the Sunday, September 24 performance at the Secret Rose Theatre.  A previously announced October extension will not occur.

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Stunning! A View From the Bridge at Goodman Theatre (September 18, 2017)

In 1955, A View From the Bridge was first staged at the Coronet Theatre on Broadway. In 2014, Ivo van Hove’s revival premiered at the Young Vic Theatre in London and later relocated to the West End and Broadway. 315 more words

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Review - Everything Must Go! - Eastern Angles

Everything Must Go! – devised and written by Jon Tavener and Ivan Cutting – Eastern Angles at Sir John Mills till Saturday and then touring… 476 more words


REVIEW: 'Life and Literature' emphasizes our common humanity

COLUMBIA – When do you feel the most human?

I found myself pondering that as I sat in my front row seat for “Life & Literature” on September 15 in between performances. 594 more words

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It is a Brilliant Thing

After his mother attempts suicide, a little boy decides to write a list covering every brilliant thing in life.  This list follows the boy as he grows into a man and experiences the highs and lows of life.  609 more words


Boudica ★★★

‘When an ally of the Romans – King Prasutagus of the Iceni tribe – dies, his estranged wife Boudica returns to claim her rightful throne. When she is denied her inheritance and instead brutally punished by the Romans, she leads a tribal uprising in an attempt to exact bloody revenge. 547 more words


Theatre Review - Blithe Spirit, by Noel Coward

The Chesil Theatre, one of the many hidden gems of Winchester, is this week staging Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit. The Chesil Theatre is an amateur theatre group who meet in a former church and stage six plays each year. 422 more words