Lyric Theatre in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... the two characters escalate, and Kurt is forced to choose a side as Edgar's health worsens. So not a particularly happy little tale. It obviously influenced Edward Albee to write Who& #39;s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, but is rather darker than that play. It's not devoid of humour, there are some very funny moments, but the humour adds to the rather grim atmosphere of the play rather than acting as light relief. On the other hand the ending isn't nearly as devastating as the end of Virginia Woolf, so there you go. Swings and roundabouts. (It also ... more
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by - written on 05/03/03, updated on 05/03/03 (Very useful, 223 readings)
I go to the theatre a lot. I'd be a fool not to, as I live in London, which does have an awful lot of theatres putting on a huge variety of different productions. Generally I end up seeing things about a week before they close, so never write about them on this site, as the usefulness of reviewing a play that probably won't even exist by the time I post the review is going to be minimal. But now, having seen a play that's just opening rather than just closing, I find myself in the position of being able to tell you all about it... The Dance of Death is currently on at the Lyric on Shaftesbury Avenue (one of the row of four or five theatres up at the ... Read the complete review
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