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La Bete on Broadway

October 24th, 2010 Comments Off on La Bete on Broadway

Can a revival of David Hirson’s ultra clever La Bete, a Moliere-inspired comedy written in the high brow iambic pentameter (rhymed couplets for those of lower brows) that was first produced in 1991 and ran for a mere 25 performances flip flop into a hit?  For the most part, yes.  It has been given a […]

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Alan Ayckbourn’s The Norman Conquests Conquers Broadway

April 24th, 2009 1 Comment

You know immediately that Norman is a handful as he arrives for a weekend in the country in the heat of July looking like some disheveled sheep dog dressed in a London Fog rain coat, woolen hat and carrying a small suitcase espousing loud and clear that nobody loves him. What we don’t know and […]

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