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Sunday 14 August 2011

theatre review: three sisters by anton chekhov

Rose Pullen
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The first thing you’ll notice about Anton Chekov’s Three Sisters (once the blinding floodlights are pulled away to reveal the stage) is the set. It is magnificent, and it is beautiful. Co-designed by Gavan Swift and director Adam Cook, the pair has created an aged and damaged manor, complete with paint peeling off the walls…
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Wednesday 1 June 2011
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theatre review: the zoo story by edward albee

Rose Pullen
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(The Zoo Story L-R: Renato Musolino and Brendan Rock) A man sits reading a book on a park bench. It’s his bench, his coveted, sunny, Sunday afternoon spot. His name is Peter. He has a wife, two cats, two parakeets, and two daughters. He works at a small publishing house and makes roughly $18,000 a…
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