Rogues & Vagabonds

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Tag Archives: David Haig

Archive Review • HITCHCOCK BLONDE • Royal Court Theatre • 2003

The second scene of Hitchcock Blonde offers us the sight of Alfred Hitchcock painstakingly filleting Dover sole while dining with a young actress desperate to be cast in his film. This image is repeated … Continue reading

09/30/2014 · Leave a comment

Archive Theatre Review • HITCHCOCK BLONDE • Lyric Theatre • 2003

Terry Johnson has had phenomenal success dealing with some of the great icons of the twentieth century. From putting Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein in a room together to dissecting … Continue reading

03/22/2013 · Leave a comment