REVIEW: ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore, Sam Wannamaker Theatre ✭✭✭✭

Tis Pity She's A Whore Review Sam Wannamaker Playhouse

If incest between siblings remains one of the great taboos (and the success of Games of Thrones may suggest otherwise) then, in this production, Longhurst runs with the view that Ford sought to make no moral judgments: Annabella and Giovanni are the tragic figures, consumed by the judgments of people concerned with self-interest and personal wealth than what is right or true.

REVIEW: On The Town, Lyric Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭

Clyde Alves, Tony Yazbeck, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and the cast of Broadway's ON THE TOWN

The dancing has a style, a language of its own and, certainly as choreographed by Bergasse, is more articulate than pages of dialogue. The steps are tricky, pulsing with purpose and bursting with energy and style. Very balletic, but with that jazzy Broadway edge which is just thrilling to watch especially where, as here, the cast is perfectly drilled, perfectly in sync and perfectly dazzling.

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