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Prince Charming – Perth Theatre

Writer: Jenny Worton Director: Ross McKay Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys There’s a lot of pressure being charming all the time. So many expectations. It’s enough to make you take to your bed and stay there in the same pants for three months. Prince Charming is crippled with anxiety, worrying about the dark, being struck by lightning, getting lost in the Bermuda ...

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Through a Glass Darkly – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Colin Campbell and Beth Cooke in Through a Glass Darkly

Director: Annie Ryan adaptation: Jenny Worton Reviewer: Clara Mallon The Corn Exchange comes to the Project Arts Centre Temple Bar. The play is an adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s Oscar-winning film, Through a Glass Darkly 1962. Adapted for the stage by Jenny Worton, the piece tells the tale of protagonist Karin’s (Beth Cooke) mental deterioration. Set on an island retreat, the ...

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Through a Glass Darkly – Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Writer: Ingmar Bergman Adaptor: Jenny Worton Director: Annie Ryan Reviewer: David Keane Celebrating two decades of theatre-making in Dublin, The Corn Exchange presents Jenny Worton’s adaptation of Through A Glass Darkly by Ingmar Bergman. Over the course of 24 hours, Karin and her family face the reality that her mental health is unravelling and that their complex unit might not ...

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