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Anorak – Hope Theatre, London

Writer: Adam Kelly Morton Director: Matthew Gould Reviewer: Fran Beaton In 1989, Marc Lepine went into the University of Montreal and gunned down 14 women. Their crime? The rise of feminism and the audacity of females to want it all. High school and university massacres are far too frequent and always tragic. Typically, they are conducted by a socially inept, ...

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The Anorak – Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London

Writer: Adam Kelly Morton Director: Matthew Gould Reviewer: Stephen Bates [rating:4] On 6 December 1989, Marc Lepine walked into a Montreal University, killed 14 women and then killed himself. This 90-minute monologue from Chewed Up Theatre attempts to get inside the mind of a mass murderer and explain what might seem to be inexplicable. The audience is seated men on ...

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