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By George Eliot
Adapted by Helen Edmundson
'devastatingly good' The Guardian
Set in the 1820's, George Eliot's rich, sprawling and emotionally gripping story, echoes her own early adulthood.
Director Jules Tipton
BA Actors Rep Season
by Nick Payne
'a sharply observant social comedy about the exponential growth of a compensation culture...' The Guardian
Unpredictable and full of red herrings, this is a play where morals on both sides are put on trial.
by Caryl Churchill
'Leave it to Ms. Churchill to come up with a work that so ingeniously and exhaustively mirrors our age of the splintered attention span.' New York Times
Adaptation by Anya Reiss
'Frank Wedekind's adolescents have rarely seemed so urgently or thrillingly contemporary' The Daily Telegraph
GSA Saturday School production
Music by George Stiles Book and Lyrics by Anthony Drewe
Inspired by the stories of Rudyard Kipling
Orchestrations by Christopher Jahnke
Associate Orchestrator John Clancy
Originally produced by Cameron Mackintosh
Dis-eased: Cultural Negotiations of Fear, Anxiety and Evil - with professor Steffi Brusberg (Hildesheim), Dr Patrick Duggan and Dr Gianna Bouchard
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