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Theatre Censorship - 26: The blasphemy of Edward Bond and David Mercer

Edward Bond’s Black Mass was written for the Anti-Apartheid movement in 1970, and contains that unforgivable sin of two years earlier, the representation of the deity on stage. さらに1,242語

Chris Sparkle

CCP's charming 'Witches' at Carmel's CAT

By John Lyle Belden

We all have that one person we can’t stand – but then circumstances force you to work together. That is the hex put on the ladies in “Kitchen Witches,” the fun comedy that concludes the 2017-18 season for Carmel Community Players. さらに282語

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Fame the Musical, Venue Cymru

Perhaps it’s because I missed out on the 80’s phenomenon that was Fame, being a child of the nineties, but I found the 30th anniversary touring production to be a bit of a mixed bag. さらに580語

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Talent Managers Updates

From Leilani Downer at Exclusive Talent Management

CLIENT:      Brian Fortuna

ROLE:     Edward R. Murrow

PROJECT:      “Their Finest Hour: Winston Churchill and Edward R. Murrow” (Stage) さらに83語

From Book to Stage - 'Fun Home'

Young Vic, August 4 2018

Young Vic

Coming Soon

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‘Fun Home’ has been one of the moments of this summer that I was most looking forward to. さらに1,145語

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The Chapter End

“…….and it all came to an end to begin again in the next chapter.”

Have you ever wondered why an author leaves one chapter at a point of ending to only begin the whole circle again in the next chapter. さらに160語

Phoenix: Try this 'reality' programming

By John Lyle Belden

“Cry It Out,” the drama finishing the Phoenix Theatre’s eventful 2017-18 season, impacts you with just how real it feels.

As I’m sure playwright Molly Smith Metzler and this show’s director, Chelsey Stauffer, are aware, this is an effective “issue” play in that the focus is more on the people going through the issue than the thing itself. さらに416語

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