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Monday, February 24, 2020

“Albion” Returns to The Almeida, but Falls Short of Its Political Aspirations by Julian De Medeiros

There is nothing wrong with Albion. But the fact that the play is now ‘returning’ to the Almeida Theatre, following a successful run in 2017, means that it demands a different level of e…

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Friday, January 17, 2020

Review: “Antigone” at the New Diorama Theatre by Julian De Medeiros

  In her contemporary re-working of Sophocles’ tragedy, Lulu Raczka has chosen to forego the classical elements of tragedy altogether. No Kreon, no sense of hubris, and no punishment by t…

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Friday, December 20, 2019

“There Will Be No Intermission”: Amanda Palmer Speaks Truth in Major Keys by Julian De Medeiros

Amanda Palmer has not come to entertain. Instead, she has written and designed what feels like an entirely new form of musical theatre, a 4-hour blisteringly personal monologue that ranges i…

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Saturday, December 14, 2019

National Theatre: Inua Ellam’s “Three Sisters” Surges with Narrative Energy, Depicting Sisterhood and Colonial Injustice in the Short-Lived Repu by Julian De Medeiros

In recent years there has been a resurgence of progressive adaptations of Chekhov’s realist classic, “Three Sisters.” Yet none can match the forceful adaptation of Inua Ellam’s swelt…

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