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Tag Archives: Lindsay Posner

Archive Review • OLEANNA • Garrick Theatre • 2004

You know those one-man, rapid-fire question-and-answer sessions that Donald Rumsfeld inflicts on press briefings: “Is Bin Laden alive? We don’t think so. Will we find him? You bet!”? I was … Continue reading

06/15/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • THE HYPOCHONDRIAC • Almeida Theatre • 2005

There’s not a lot to say about the Almeida’s latest production of The Hypochondriac, in a new version of Molière’s lavatorial farce by Richard Bean. The plot is predictable enough: … Continue reading

02/12/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO • Comedy Theatre • 2003

David Mamet’s shatteringly honest dissection of young American sexuality in the era of liberation was innovative in 1974, became familiar fodder to student drama societies over the next 20 odd … Continue reading

01/21/2016 · Leave a comment