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Theatre 2005 Archives - Page 5 of 9 - One4Review

Boston Marriage

August 8, 2005 |

The idea of the play by David Mamet is the expression Boston Marriage, meaning a pair of co-habiting women. It came into use in New England at the turn of the 20th century when the play was set. The two … Read More

The Forever Waltz by Glyn Maxwell

August 8, 2005 |

Staged deep within the the bowels of the Baby Belly in the smallest working area for actors I have seen in this year’s Fringe, this setting actually suits the claustrophobic feel of the play. Three characters the intense John, … Read More

Lost Property

August 8, 2005 |

Where do the things go that we loose? Are they collected in some secret corner and administered by someone ready for collection in the future? It is hard to pigeon hole this production by Tangled Feet, Is it a … Read More

Phone Play

August 8, 2005 |

Phone Play is a reflection of modern life. Have we all not faced exasperation in our dealings with officialdom and big organisations? Have we not overheard banal conversations in just about any public place? Phone play hilariously evokes the … Read More

Terrorist! The Musical

August 8, 2005 |

Bush has beaten the Terrorist, the only way they can survive is by joining the burlesque circus.  Seven of the worlds most notorious Terrorists work together and fight against each other to survive.  Each has the opportunity to say … Read More

Carmen Angel

August 8, 2005 |

Carmen Angel is a compelling play, blending powerful acting, music and sound effects. It is a dark tale set mainly in small town Canada. Joe, a police photographer, is tormented in his dreams by childhood memories, particularly of his … Read More

Gangrene and Grapes

August 8, 2005 |

This is the sequel to the excellent The Thing and I and in fact follows it in the same space. This time David Martin is alone, the love o his life Lily has met with an unfortunate accident and … Read More

The Magnets  –  Magnetude

August 8, 2005 |

In to each generation a group of heroes are born, those who champion the power of the human voice.  We are lucky in Edinburgh as the Magnets introduce us to ‘Magnetude’ the story of the heroes for our generation. … Read More

Pip Utton – Adolf

August 8, 2005 |

Depending on your view on life Adolf Hitler can be seen as a charismatic leader who despite his birth outside the Fatherland the nation compelled it to rise up and follow him unquestioningly! Or a manipulative, racist who vocally … Read More

Two  by Fierce Trade

August 8, 2005 |

Two by Jim Cartwright was originally written for John McArdle and Sue Johnston following their exit from soap opera Brookside. Set in a Northern pub, we meet a whole lot, 14 in fact, dysfunctional characters, none more so than … Read More