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Ariel Dorfman’s 1991 play Death and the Maiden has violence at its core, yet Leticia Cáceres co-production with Melbourne Theatre Company is a strangely bloodless affair. Even at its most dramatic...
Keith Huff wrote A Steady Rain in 2007 and by 2009 it had become an international success, with Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman playing the leads. Huff went on to write for Mad Men and become a...
The ongoing foibles of British royalty are these days the stuff of tabloid entertainment, but in times past, when monarchs claimed a divine right to rule, strange behaviour at the palace used to be a...
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