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Mercy Killers – Stella Adler Studio Theater, New York

Writer: Michael Milligan Director: Tom Oppenheim Reviewer: Claudia Borruso Joe is Middle America. He works hard, believes in honesty and family and he loves his wife. Joe is the everyman whose story will be told in communities across Manhattan, Bronx and Queens starting January 17th; and a timely tale it is. Within “an interrogation room…the recent past” Joe enters, scared ...

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Caz & Britney: Scottie Road The Musical – Unity Theatre, Liverpool

Writers: Keddy Sutton &Gillian Hardie Reviewer: May Mellstrom [Rating:5] Scottie Road the Musical’s return to the Unity Theatre kick-starts the New Year with a bang, as Keddy Sutton and Gillian Hardie don their Uggs and rollers once again to give audiences another chance to see where it all began for their brilliant creations, Caz and Britney. Scottie Road follows the ...

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Putting it Together – St. James’ Theatre, London

Composer: Steven Sondheim Director: Alastair Knights Reviewer: Fran Beaton Janie Dee is fabulous and beautiful. Anything she is in is worth watching. Add to that the incredibly talented Damian Humbley and you find yourself watching a five-star show. Putting it Together comprises of songs from a variety of Sondheim musicals, merged into one with a vague story linking it up. ...

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Happy Days – Churchill Theatre Bromley, London

Book: Garry Marshall Music and lyrics: Paul Williams Director and choreographer: Andrew Wright Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:3] “Sunday Monday Happy Days…” It is 40 years since ‘50s-set sitcom Happy Days started on US television screens and rose to iconic status, not least because of the creation of one of TV’s most enduring characters in The Fonz. And though it is ...

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Dreamboats and Petticoats – Lyceum, Sheffield

Writer: Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director: Bob Tomson Reviewer: Sheila Stratford Excitement, energy and laughter, Dreamboats and Petticoats is the musical to watch. A smash hit in the West End and now touring. The writers Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran have cleverly woven a tale of teenage love and angst with a good dose of comedy, around a full ...

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Singin’ In The Rain – Empire Theatre, Sunderland

Book: Betty Comden, Adolph Green Music: Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed Director: Jonathan Church Reviewer: Lindsay Sykes After a successful run in the West End, this critically acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production, which received four Olivier Award nominations and played to packed houses, Singin' In The Rain tap dances its way into Sunderland as part of the current national tour. ...

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Woman In The Dunes – Theatre 503, London

Writer: Micha Colombo, based on the novel by Abe Kobo Director: Micha Colombo Reviewer: Christopher Hong [rating:2.5] An entomologist at a seaside sand dunes misses the bus and a local offers a night of lodging with a widow who lives in a shack at the bottom of a sand pit. In the morning, the man finds the only access to ...

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Ghosts – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Heinrik Ibsen, adapted by Richard Eyre Director: Richard Eyre Reviewer: Mary Halton [rating:5] Transferring from its successful run at the Almeida last year, Richard Eyre’s adaptation of Ghosts gives all impression of bursting on to the stage, but more truthfully edges in quietly from the wings and takes a little time to settle itself before delivering what may already ...

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