The End of Longing, Playhouse Theatre

L-R Jennifer Mudge (Stephanie) & Matthew Perry (Jack) - The End Of Longing - Playhouse Theatre - Photo By Helen Maybanks (019)Jack is an alcoholic. Stephanie is a whore. Joseph is stupid. Stevie is a broody neurotic. These identifiers are proudly proclaimed in the first minute of Matthew Perry’s debut play, but if you weren’t paying attention, fear not: they will be repeated, loudly and often. This is theatre as group therapy, and there is nothing left to the imagination.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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One Response to The End of Longing, Playhouse Theatre

  1. Miss Bicknell says:

    Brilliant. Not overly harsh but leaving the reader in no doubts as to the calibre of the play. xxx

    On 12 February 2016 at 07:47, MARIANKA SWAIN ~ WRITE HERE, WRITE NOW wrote:

    > mkmswain posted: “Jack is an alcoholic. Stephanie is a whore. Joseph is > stupid. Stevie is a broody neurotic. These identifiers are proudly > proclaimed in the first minute of Matthew Perry’s debut play, but if you > weren’t paying attention, fear not: they will be repeated, lo” >

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