Apparently, Joseph Stalin was an enthusiastic reader and loved the theatre. Of course, he was
Prima Facie is a one-person play by Suzie Miller. It won the Griffin Award for
In many Westerns (movies), the plot involves two brothers with opposite personalities, fighting for the
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The classic tale of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a crowd-pleaser for all ages.
The ability to write, direct and act in your own play is no mean feat.
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The thing I like about the Limelight on Oxford is that the audience enters the
My Night with Reg by Kevin Elyot is a prize-winning play that has often, still