Peter Harrington reviews The Unbuilt City ‘a rather deep and fascinating tale’

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SANDRA DICKINSON & JONATHAN CHAMBERS IN THE UNBUILT CITY AT KING’S HEAD THEATRE  ☆☆ On a cold afternoon in February, Jonah knocks on the door of a townhouse in Brooklyn Heights.  He’s come to ask Claudia to sell her famously secret collection to a university archive. But in order to do that, he’ll have to persuade her … Continue reading



You Can’t Take It With You

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The first new production of the Summer Season at Provincetown Theater under the auspices of it’s new Artistic Director the Obie Award, Winner David Drake is their entertaining take on the 1936 classic screwball comedy by George S Kaufman and Moss Hart ‘You Can’t Take It With You’ With a glorious set by Ellen Rousseau and an ensemble cast that includes  Jane Macdonald Laura CappelloBeau JackettLisa-Marie Nowakowski,  and Sallie Tighe

 



Sasha Regan is back with her talented all-male bunch of Fairies

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We think our London-based Contributing Editor Peter Harrington is in for a real treat next week as he gets to see Sasha Regan’s all-male, award-winning company returns to the Richmond Theatre for their production of Iolanthe.  Universally regarded as Sir Arthur Sullivan’s most beautiful score, Iolanthe tells the topsy-turvy love story from W.S.Gilbert between the most unlikely of couple, fairies … Continue reading



Kathleen Turner’s show really does resonate emotionally and leaves you wrung through.

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Kathleen Turner – Finding my Voice ☆☆☆☆☆ The Other Palace Theatre The moment Kathleen Turner steps on to stage you know you are in the presence of a Hollywood legend. For a start, she has Hollywood Eyebrows – those languorous, expressive eyebrows recall a Hollywood heyday frequently referenced in the songs she will sing tonight. … Continue reading



Johnny Ward reviews GROTTY a study of the sexual mores of lesbian London

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  Grotty is the study of the sexual mores of lesbian London seen through the eyes of Rigby (played by playwright Izzy Tennyson). Rigby has her work cut out juggling romantic liaisons, maintaining friendships with the more hip and cooler lesbians as well as her job as an intern. We follow her on her Everyman … Continue reading



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