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Class Division, Sexual Politics And Doomed Passio...
... August Strindberg’s transgressive writing tackles the social hypocrisy laid bare by
, but with fewer holds barred. Miss Julie, written in 1888, mixes sex, class, and...
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Octagon Theatre announces new season
David have enjoyed." A classic and expansive Norwegian drama, An Enemy of the People, written by
and adapted by Arthur Miller, will be a return to the play for David Thacker, which he...
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Mlalazi Paly 'Water Games' Premieres At Hifa
WATER Games, a local adaptation of
's play, Enemy of the People, will premiere at the Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA) this Sunday. HIFA, which began on Tuesday, runs...
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the Harare International Festival
Sneaking a peek at what's in store for the 2015-'...
... the 1990s for inspiration for this piece that is also billed as containing hints of
and "House of Cards." People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern; June 15 through...
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BULLETS OVER BROADWAY
Academy of Music
Kevin Spacey's successor at The Old Vic promises ...
Matthew Warchus’s first productions will include works by
, Harold Pinter and a musical adaptation of Groundhog Day. Indicating a change of approach at the historic London venue, Warchus...
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Review: Hedda Gabler
... 03:00 AM It's a tricky business, re-imagining someone else's script. This new version of
's Hedda Gabler (originally published in 1890) raises some interesting questions. You...
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Sorry to burst your bubble but …
... says author Zac Bissonnette. "The Beanie Babies brought him, as the Norwegian playwright
wrote of money, 'the husk of many things but not the kernel … food, but not appetite;...
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Culture Shock: Why Hedda Gabler ain’t messing wit...
... hopes for literature that does not define female characters “in their relation to men”,
’s 1890 play is still one of the most provocative pieces about gender politics in the...
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Review: "While We're Young"
The new Noah Baumbach film “While We’re Young” begins with a quote from a
play regarding anxiety toward youth, the “march” and “retribution” threatened by new generations. It plays out...
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