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No Villain – Trafalgar Studios, London

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Sean Turner Reviewer: Daniel Perks After its highly successful run at the Old Red Lion Theatre last year, there was much to expect from No Villain, the newly unearthed seminal work from one of the 20thCentury’s great playwrights. This Arthur Miller play more transparently holds a mirror up to his own life in comparison with much ...

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No Villain – Old Red Lion Theatre, London

George Turvey and Helen Cole in No Villan at London's Old Red Lion Theatre

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Sean Turner Reviewer: Stephen Bates   It is said that the first work of all writers is, to some extent, autobiographical. Arthur Miller was the son of a Jewish New York women’s clothing manufacturer who lost everything in the Great Depression. Therefore, it should come as no great surprise that his debut play is set in ...

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Boris Godunov – Jack Studio Theatre, London

Writer: Alexander Pushkin adapted by Howard Colyer Directors: Scott Le Crass and Sean Turner Reviewer: Jon Wainwright Russian regime change The whole of Russia is mapped out on the floor of the Jack Studio, roughly sketched by Feodor, the young son and heir of Boris Godunov. The boy delights in showing his father Novgorod and Astrakhan, the Volga, and Siberia, ...

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