London review: HARLEQUINADE and ALL ON HER OWN

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Although I still seem to be trapped in the English past – with more past to come (a paradox?)—I'm... Read more
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Review: 'A Knee That Can Bend'

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By Jim Rutter For THE INQUIRER Richard Bean’s The God Botherers pokes fun at British aid workers struggling against their own western... Read more

London review: THE MIKADO English National Opera at the London Coliseum

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer In my quest for the experience of "full-on British" as it is known here, Gilbert & Sullivan's Mikado... Read more

London review: HUSBANDS & SONS

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at the National Theatre By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Ben Power's brilliant collage/adaptation of three nearly forgotten D.H. Lawrence... Read more

London review: WASTE

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Greetings from London! Here's the first of my week's seven reviews. And although it did not get off to the most exciting of theatrical starts... Read more
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Dance Review

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America’s Civil conflicts filtered through dance Photo: Bill Hebert Lauren Putty White and Brent White in iStand, Stories of An American... Read more

New York Review: KING CHARLES III

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer “My life has been a ling’ring for the throne.” So says the man who was Prince Charles... Read more

Review: BECOMING DR. RUTH

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer "Love your penis, Mike." Dr. Ruth is on the phone with her moving man about packing up her apartment, but... Read more