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East of Berlin – Southwark Playhouse, London

Writer: Hannah Moscovitch Director: Blythe Stewart Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty It’s a device common enough to be instantly familiar, but done well so rarely that it stands out a mile when properly executed. Using a minor puzzle piece to show a whole picture, an arc to describe a circle. It renders the abstract familiar, and can bring an audience to the ...

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Religion and Anarchy – Jermyn Street Theatre, London

Writer: Steven Berkoff Directors: Steven Berkoff and Max Barton Reviewer: Harry Stern [rating:2.5] Taking on the responsibility for telling of the heritage of prejudice and discrimination against the Jews is nothing new. To succeed in touching the heart or stimulating the intellect demands that something extraordinary be presented. Steven Berkoff’s five playlets dealing with the subject rarely rise beyond the ...

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