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Archive | May, 2010

Review: Joe Turner’s Come and Gone

Posted on 31 May 2010 by Jake Orr

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone now playing at the Young Vic Theatre is what we call good, solid theatre. There are no tricks, no gimmicks, no technology to enchant the audience. No. What there is however is a formidable cast working with a brilliantly written text and  theatre directed to perfection. This is a no […]

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Review: Salome, Richmond Theatre

Posted on 26 May 2010 by Jake Orr

There are times when watching theatre that you just can’t help but to think, “am I missing something?”. Clearly with Headlong Theatre‘s new touring theatre adventure, Salome by Oscar Wilde, I was somehow on a different wavelength altogether. Wilde’s verse like rendition of the mythical story of Salome the ‘female seductress’ is a complicated text […]

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Emotional Connection: Theatre versus TV

Posted on 26 May 2010 by Jake Orr

For many years now I have been religiously watching Greys Anatomy, the long running American medical TV drama set in a Seattle hospital. Admittedly I was late to find out about this drama series, but after watching a few episodes I found myself instantly hooked into the drama. Over the weekend I was fortunate to […]

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Review: The Tempest

Posted on 24 May 2010 by Melissa Negro

The Tempest was the first Shakespeare play I ever read.  It was by force of the English department of my school, and I was about 11 years old at the time.  I remember being anxious about reading it because the figure of Shakespeare had been built up with a certain reverence which made his work […]

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