Two Way Mirror: A Review

The first thing an audience member will notice walking into the Burton-Taylor Studio for Arthur Miller’s Two Way Mirrror is how readily the set lends itself to intimacy and intensity. Working off a small space with a couple rows of seats either side, this production makes use of two excellent actors, a small number of […]

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Review: The Crucible

✮✮✮✮ Director Helgi Clayton’s production of Arthur Miller’s much-celebrated play depicts a harrowing ‘crucible’ of lust, jealousy, superstition, and moral corruption. The audience finds themselves immediately plunged into a world of screaming teenage girls, scandalous dancing and séance to allure the men they fancy. The use of the lighting and music was particularly effective, as […]

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