Review: The Master and Margarita

From the outset, The Master and Margarita signals itself as an experience: a bold, immersive spectacle. To rework a lengthy, densely-plotted novel onto a ninety-minute play requires a focused distillation, and Magnolia Productions has extracted its excess and absurdity to wonderful effect, combining it with a shiver-inducing, mischievous darkness—not least because of its staging in […]

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