A production that deserves a transfer to a bigger venue for a longer run.
The art is captivating in its depiction of a playful love between animal mother and child, innervating in its lithe energy.
This cut-down version of the classic play presents the French Revolution as a romantic personal tragedy.
Entirely justifiable criticism of what is being presented to us today as "feminism".
Some people will really enjoy this show, a great many would class it as near-torture.
While the author's more self-aware than most, he's still an economist, with some enormous intellectual blindspots.
We might think we're being radical and original — we've nothing on our great-great grandmothers.
Looking back provides insights that illuminate the critical problems of today.
Unsympathetic, poorly researched attempt at social history.
This historical novel fails to quite come to terms with a great character of history.