Tag "Black Swan State Theatre"

‘Tartuffe – the hypocrite’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The crafting of this play was exemplary, from script through the technical production to the hilarious performances. One of the funniest bawdy plays ever.

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‘Clinton – the Musical’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Standing ovations are quite infrequent these days, but this production truly deserved theirs.

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‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

The whole cast worked unrelentingly to give the audience an inventive, novel production.

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‘Angels in America – Part 1 Millennium approaches’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

A memorable, remarkable production that makes one hope ‘Part Two’ will be staged in the near future.

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‘Loaded’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

Two amazing plays in a similar genre, starting the new Black Swan season.

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‘Extinction’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘The Quollity of enthusiasm was not restrained’

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‘Dinner’ reviewed by Gordon the Optom

‘Dinner’ is an unusual Cordon Bleu offering from the Carlisle born – or is she Cheshire born? (According to which source you read) playwright, Moira Buffini. Incredibly, Buffini was a nursing mother when she wrote ‘Dinner’. When her 44 year-old

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