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The Crucible – Storyhouse, Chester

Writer: Arthur Miller Director: Geraldine Alexander Reviewer: Taylor Simmons  The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s 1953 play set in Salem Massachusetts, tells the story of the 1692 Salem Witch trials.  Embedded in its original 17th-century setting, the realities of Puritan society are realised in Storyhouse's latest production and, with it, the atmosphere of a claustrophobic paranoid fractured community. Geraldine Alexander’s vision is ...

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A Little Night Music- Storyhouse, Chester

Music and Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim Book: Hugh Wheeler Director: Alex Clifton Reviewer: Matt Forrest Since opening last year, Chester’s Storyhouse is gaining quite the reputation for staging some unique and spell-binding productions. It is such a treat to witness this gorgeous new theatre thrive. As part of the spring season, they are once again adding to the growing repertoire by ...

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Windows – Finborough Theatre, London

Writer: John Galsworthy Director: Geoffrey Beevers Reviewer: Richard Maguire While it may seem that we have a George Bernard Shaw revival every year in London, rarely do we see on stage any plays by his contemporary John Galsworthy. Apart from the series of novels that comprises The Forsyte Saga, televised by both the BBC and ITV, most of Galsworthy’s other works ...

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