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William Ludwig & Dean Austin: Movimiento

William Ludwig & Dean Austin: Movimiento

We live in a world in turmoil. Politics, climate, war, migration, Donald Trump. A time of movement – movimiento. Borders are closed, movement restricted. The cabaret songs of Weimar Berlin, from Hanns Eisler to Spoliansky, have never been more relevant than they are today. They were written as an urgent response to a changing world and an uncertain future. Artists held a mirror up to the audiences of the Weimar cabarets and made this their responsibility. Continue Reading

William Ludwig & Dean Austin: Movimiento

William Ludwig & Dean Austin: Movimiento

We live in a world in turmoil. Politics, climate, war, migration, Donald Trump. A time of movement – movimiento. Borders are closed, movement restricted. The cabaret songs of Weimar Berlin, from Hanns Eisler to Spoliansky, have never been more relevant than they are today. They were written as an urgent response to a changing world and an uncertain future. Artists held a mirror up to the audiences of the Weimar cabarets and made this their responsibility. Continue Reading

The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon

“The Book of Mormon is viciously funny. Spirited and refreshing; joyous and even cuddly. Its defining feature is a filthy irreverence – an infatuation with making fun of everything, including itself.”
The Evening Standard - Henry Hitchings

“Foul-mouthed, funny and wild. Terrifically entertaining.”
Metro - Claire Allfree

“An unstoppable hit. Damnably clever and sharp.”
Daily Telegraph - Charles Spencer

“I absolutely loved it. Continue Reading

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The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

Kite Runner is a stage adaption of Afghan novelist's Khaled Hosseini's 2003 book, The Kite Runner. Aside from sharing the 2003 book as a source, it is unrelated to the 2007 film The Kite Runner.[1] The play was adapted for the stage by Matthew Spangler and premiered at San Jose Repertory Theatre in 2009. Continue Reading

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