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Review: Edward II at the Tristan Bates Theatre @CamdenFringe

  By Michael Spring Ricky Dukes directs Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II at the Tristan Bates theatre this week. Even the preview performance is memorable, for lots of reasons. Sharp direction, stylish production, good performances all help to bring this play … Continue reading

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Cut Throat play is raising issues of free speech and raising money for Refugee Action

  How far can you go in the name of free speech? Does having the right to speak equal having the right to say anything? How many people can you rally with charisma and a well-crafted argument? In Cut Throat, … Continue reading

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