‘Rope’ is a 1929 British thriller crafted by Sussex-born playwright Patrick Hamilton, who died 60 years ago this week. The
‘Anne Of Green Gables – Youth Musical’ is a fabulous musical based on the 1908 timeless novel ‘Anne of Green
‘Lunenburg’ is a subtle blend of love, memories and dry comedy by Norm Foster, Canada’s most famous and prolific playwright.
‘Pack of Lies’ is a superbly crafted 1983 play by English writer and screenwriter, Hugh Whitemore. It is based on
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‘The Antipodes’ is a derisive dig at an adult, contemporary storytelling by the Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright Annie Baker. Born
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‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ is a mockery of the aristocracy, written by Dublin-born playwright Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde.
‘The Ladykillers’ penned by William Rose, was a hilarious dark comedy with lots of mood and style. Becoming a much-loved story,
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