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Our Town

Royal Exchange, Manchester.

19 September 2017.

The Royal Exchange’s stage is crowded with people sitting around tables, chatting and waiting for something to start. Everyone is dressed as if they have just walked in off the street and it isn’t obvious who are the audience and who are the cast. 834 more words

Review: Our Town at The Royal Exchange Theatre

Guest review by Aleks Anders

Of all twentieth century classics, Thornton Wilder’s Our Town must be one of the most difficult to produce and hardest to understand plays for both cast and audience alike. 1,112 more words

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"Theophilus North" (Post 3/4)

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“Dear Eloise, if you see that Charles is cutting his way out of that spider’s web a little, you can tell yourself that it’s all due to you.” She looked at me in wonder. 2,230 more words

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Thornton Wilder’s final novel, published in 1973. I read a Library of America edition that also includes… 2,314 more words

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The Ides of March - Thornton Wilder

A terribly clever epistolary novel by the author of Our Town and The Bridge of San Luis Rey, The Ides of March consists of four sections, each of which begins earlier and ends later than the last, each with a different theme. 478 more words