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Week on stage: Love And Information by Caryl Churchill at the Royal Court

Week on stage: Love And Information by Caryl Churchill at the Royal Court

Love and Information at the Royal Court Theatre.

Love and Information, Royal Court Theatre, review

Love and Information at the Royal Court Theatre.

Week on stage: The Mouse And His Child by Russell Hoban

From David Hoyle in tights to The Arabian Nights: Tristram Kenton's week on stage – in pictures

Yo también quiero un profeta (2004) Escenografía Jorge Ballina

Yo también quiero un profeta (2004) Escenografía Jorge Ballina

The Royal Court Theatre - Love and Information.     New writing in a contemporary theatre I have not seen these plays but Caryl Churchill is an excellent playwright. Good for Live Theatre notes!!! Hint hint!!

Love and Information; Three Sisters; Steptoe & Son – review

The Royal Court Theatre - Love and Information. New writing in a contemporary theatre I have not seen these plays but Caryl Churchill is an excellent playwright. Good for Live Theatre notes!!! Hint hint!!

Photograph from Don John - Kneehigh Theatre

Photograph from Don John - Kneehigh Theatre

Ailish Symons as Laura (photograph by Robert Day).

Ailish Symons as Laura (photograph by Robert Day).

Lighting ideas: Use of shadows

The wonderful world of dance-theatre troupe Pilobolus in New York

Lighting ideas: Use of shadows

From the NYT review: the dizzying premise behind “Love and Information,” the thought-churning, deeply poignant new play by Caryl Churchill, which opened on Wednesday night at the Minetta Lane Theater. Make that 57 — count ’em, 57 — plays, which occupy a concentrated two (uninterrupted) hours of stage time, with a cast of 15 embodying more than a hundred questioning, frustrated, fascinated characters.

Love and Information – review

From the NYT review: the dizzying premise behind “Love and Information,” the thought-churning, deeply poignant new play by Caryl Churchill, which opened on Wednesday night at the Minetta Lane Theater. Make that 57 — count ’em, 57 — plays, which occupy a concentrated two (uninterrupted) hours of stage time, with a cast of 15 embodying more than a hundred questioning, frustrated, fascinated characters.

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