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The Secret Victorianist reviews Creditors by August Strindberg at Phoenix Theatre Ensemble in New York

August Strindberg’s Creditors is a stark, brutal and intensely modern play, first performed in It’s a play without embellishment a.

The Secret Victorianist reviews A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

Last week the Secret Victorianist caught a show on Broadway – A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

The Secret Victorianist with the programme for Ibsen's An Enemy of the People in Dublin

The Secret Victorianist with the programme for Ibsen's An Enemy of the People in Dublin

The Secret Victorianist reviews Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility: A New Musical

Last weekend, the Secret Victorianist was in Chicago, and caught a production of a new musical adaptation of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensib.

Bedlam theater company’s version of the Jane Austen novel expands and magnifies Austen’s delicate comic worldview without cracking a single teacup.

Review: A Whirlwind of Delicious Gossip in ‘Sense & Sensibility’

Bedlam theater company’s version of the Jane Austen novel expands and magnifies Austen’s delicate comic worldview without cracking a single teacup.

Title page to Wilkie Collins's Basil. I review the novel in full on my blog.

Wilkie Collins’s Basil is a novel which asks life’s important questions – should I marry a girl if I happen to fall in love with.

Portrait of Victorian novelist George Moore

George Moore Esther Waters is a novel which has a kitchen maid as its heroine, morality as its subject, and a distaste for hypocri.

The Secret Victorianist at a Don't Go Into the Cellar's production

The Secret Victorianist at a Don't Go Into the Cellar's production

The Secret Victorianist at London Dungeon Lates, posing with fan, candles and fascinator

Last week the Secret Victorianist was lucky enough to be invited to The London Dungeon Lates – a ‘grown-ups only’ tour of one of the capita.

Dorian and his portrait in The Picture of Dorian Gray (The Alchemic Order, London)

It’s a Friday night in South East London and I’m standing at the door of an unmarked house, exchanging nervous glances with the stranger be.

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