It’s got ’em Rawlsin’ in the aisles: A Theory of Justice: The Musical

“As will be evident,” reads Ronnie Collinson’s (MPhil, Cambridge) interpretive essay on the back of the program, “The writers have not adopted a historical approach.”   This is more than a bit of an understatement for a play featuring a rap battle between Locke (Alexander Stutt) and Hobbes (Andy Laithwaite), a barber shop quartet of Utilitarians […]

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Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Angels in America Trailer

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QtXaVBrxHs&feature=youtu.bep&w=500&h=300]   Reporting from Cricklewood for one trailer only, I’m back.  A vast team from ‘Angels in America’ (well, four people) have put together a trailer that almost seems to answer the challenge I set forth last term for “a paradigm-shifting black-and-white trailer.”  The soundscape is fantastic, subtle and compelling, as is the music.  The […]

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