The Graduate Reviews
Description:Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, W1. Starring Kathleen Turner. (Theatre production taken from the film The Graduate ... more
Newest Review: ... farce ensues. But each time the comedy is punctuated with pathos- either from Anne Archer or Emily Norman as the mother and daughter who have nothing in common- apart from Benjamin! The Graduate is as witty as the film. The fact that it is set in the sixties does not detract from the fact that Benjamin's story of rejection and despair replaced by seduction and an affair is ever ... more
Customer The Graduate Reviews (2)
by - written on 27/08/01, updated on 10/02/04
********************************************* Hi- if you have read this before- sorry- just added some new casting news to the end of the op ********************************************* Like Art, The Graduate is now becoming known for it's casting. Kathleen Turner opened the play in March 2000 and due to her astounding portrayal of the man-eater - Mrs Robinson, the witty script and the nostalgia that the film provides – oh, and a nude scene, The Graduate was a huge success. Jerry Hall and Amanda Donohoe have also played the ageing seductress, delighting both the public and the critics. The latest actress to wear Mrs Robinson’s ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/00, updated on 23/06/00 (Useful, 67 readings)
You've heard all about Kathleen Turner in the buff, and how Jerry Hall will shortly be following (birthday) suit, so let me get this out the way now. Yes, there's nudity - for a full five seconds at the back of a dimly lit stage. So pervs: go away and leave the rest of us to enjoy a very good production. The stage version of the classic film has been running at The Gielgud for some months. While not outstanding, the performances were good, the plot (of course) fantastic and the audience leaves happy and entertained. Only the dirty macs go home frustrated. ... Read the complete review
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