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40 years a sinner – a hell of a life

40 years a sinner – a hell of a life

Robert Tanitch reviews Everyman at National Theatre/Olivier Theatre, London. EVERYMAN, the most famous medieval morality play, hasn’t had a major production in the UK since the William Poel and Ben Gr ...
A complex, twist and turn of events in Ida

A complex, twist and turn of events in Ida

Joyce Glasser reviews Ida (September 26, 2014) Cert. 12, 82 min. The eponymous Ida (impressive newcomer, Agata Trzebuchowska) is an orphan who has grown up, sheltered and unworldly, in a convent and w ...

Only Our Own – a ponderous play

Ann Henning Jocelyn’s ponderously emphatic play is about bridging the gap between Catholics and Protestants and bridging the gap between stroppy children and their parents and grandparents. ...