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BWW Interview: Playwright Phoebe Eclair-Powell

Phoebe Eclair-Powell began training as an actress at the Drama Centre London, but soon switched over to playwriting. She’s worked with the National Youth Theatre on their Epic Stages programme, and her debut play WINK premiered at Theatre503 last year. … Continue reading

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McCrory magnetic in an electrifying production

It’s an “unthinkable” crime, yet all too fathomable in Carrie Cracknell’s electrifying production of Medea. Her modern setting for Euripides’ masterpiece is unobtrusive, allowing the discomfort that comes from viewing horror in a familiar setting to creep upon us during … Continue reading

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