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The Importance of Being Earnest as Performed by Three F*cking Queens and a Duck

The production follows three gay actors who attempt to put on a production of The Importance of Being Earnest, despite the sizeable cast required to put on the play. The production is unsuccessful from start to a brilliant finish where the actors are forced to perform a very abridged version of the show due to […]

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From the Mississippi Delta

From the Mississippi Delta is a hard-hitting and inspiring auto-biographical play, following the life and times of Endesha Ida Mae Holland as she journeys from prostitute, to prominent civil rights activist, to academic and playwright. The production gorgeously recounts life in the early 20th century segregated South, showing the brutal horrors of racism but also […]

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The B in the Room

Set in the bedrooms of both characters, Elliot, a teenager from a conservative Christian Background and Dana, a 39 year old, both go on a journey of discovery about themselves. The strongest part of the production is the characterisations of Dana and Elliot, who you get a strong impression of during the 45 minute run. […]