They may be breaking in, but Josh is at the door welcoming them. He wants to feel the rush of youth again and try new things, discover himself, shield against reality a little bit and yes, do drugs.
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Play/Date, a collection of 25 short plays performed across the three levels of a bar and nightclub, could so easily have been a mess. Instead, says Tara Isabella Burton, it's a triumph - and she'll be coming back for her second date... Read more →
Alan Cumming is so pitch-perfect in this revival of Sam Mendes's version of Cabaret that it almost, counterintuitively, feels like he's playing it safe. Tara Isabella Burton reviews a stunning, devastating revival... Read more →
Half the wonder of And Then There Were None, an immersive adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel, is getting to its top-secret location. But, finds Tara Isabella Burton, it's worth the trek... Read more →
"I always assumed my friends were okay with the details of their lives appearing in my stories. After all, we kept in contact well after the narratives were written, so I presumed no one wanted to crucify my soul." Read more →