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Variety
London Theater Review: ‘946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips’Young love still blossoms and friendships still form. Not that Kneehigh — in t
London Theater Review: ‘946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips’
Variety / Posted 11 days ago
Young love still blossoms and friendships still form. Not that Kneehigh — in this production directed by its former leader Emma Rice, now the artistic director at Shakespeare’s Globe — neglect the somber side. The company twist domestic items and... Read more
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Arts Journal
Queering the canon – the new normal?seems peculiar that its perversity clings to straight couplings. Making lovelor
Queering the canon – the new normal?
Arts Journal / Posted 12 days ago
seems peculiar that its perversity clings to straight couplings. Making lovelorn Helena into gay Helenus, as director Emma Rice does at Shakespeare’s Globe, unlocks the play’s unpredictable tangles of emotion. It seems like the year of... Read more
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Evening Standard
Róisín Murphy, review: Globe’s first pop gig a midsummer night's dreamImages ★★★★ 'Young-at-heart Cyndi still just wants to have fun' Read our revi
Róisín Murphy, review: Globe’s first pop gig a midsummer night's dream
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
Images ★★★★ 'Young-at-heart Cyndi still just wants to have fun' Read our review ★★★★ 'Charismatic Aluna is back as the next big thing (again) but George sits it out' Read our review Globe's Emma Rice & Michael Morpurgo... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
FOURTH-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: Rondout Valley High SchoolKeith Kortright, Abraham Longbotham, Jean Luc Ludwig, Patricia Lynch, Robert Me
FOURTH-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: Rondout Valley High School
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 24 days ago
Keith Kortright, Abraham Longbotham, Jean Luc Ludwig, Patricia Lynch, Robert Melikyan, Alexandra Mondini, Laura Nolterieke, Emma Rice, Lauren Rubino, Jessi Schlosser, Adelai Spiegler, Sarah Swift, Emma Torrey, Natalka Tsuvanyk, Jacob Viertel, River... Read more
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Londonist
London Theatre: What To Watch In Augustall seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old local girl with an adventurous cat.
London Theatre: What To Watch In August
Londonist / Posted 26 days ago
all seen through the eyes of a 12-year-old local girl with an adventurous cat. Adapted by Morpurgo and the show’s director Emma Rice (the ex-Kneehigh chief now running the Globe), and using puppetry and music, it promises to be a characteristically... Read more

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