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Big Boys (2017)

Corporate culture gets absurd treatment
“Absurd, it may be, but I imagine some audience members will also be a little disturbed to spot some traits among the characters that are not so far from reality.”

Jess Bauldry

Delano Luxembourg

Why should I hire you?” he asks the snivelling Norman.” Victor, played by Erik Abbott, swaggers onto the stage in his expensive suit. A self-adoring, manipulative, megalomaniac CEO, he is interviewing for an underling.

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

“Big Boys” could also have been titled “How to be a Complete and Utter Corporate *ssh*le”…”

Chronicle Luxembourg

 

#WTF Happened? On the Phenomenon of Trump. (2017)

“Suddenly words like “community” and “truth” have a rather hollow ring!”

Janine Goedert

d’Lëtzebuerger Land

“Stupendous show, absolutely stupendous!”

Wendy Winn

Chronicle Luxembourg

In search of a leader
“The audience leaves breathless and with new perspectives on the Trump phenomenon, and having been highly entertained.”

Duncan Roberts

Delano Luxembourg

“If you have a stereotyped view of who voted for Mr Trump, this will be 75 minutes well spent to challenge that view”

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

 

The Fever (2016)

“and I wake up suddenly in the silence before dawn in a strange hotel room, in a poor country where my language isn’t spoken, and I’m shaking and shivering. Why?”

NG

Wort Luxembourg

The guilt! The guilt!

Political correctness and the guilt of white privilege have long been the bane of the liberal middle classes. In Wallace Shawn’s powerful monologue “The Fever”

Duncan Roberts

Delano Luxembourg

“if you saw the performance, there is a very good chance it is still playing in your mind, poking at your conscious, interrogating you about your beliefs”

Geoff Thompson

Chronicle Luxembourg

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW A SECRET? (2016)

“There’s not a single moment that allows the audience to relax – that was the most delectable effect of the play. As we sat on the edge of our seat, we were sitting on the fine line between watching and peeking.

Something not too dissimilar to the work of the Stasi.”

Marina Lai

Delano Luxembourg

“The candid footage brings to mind the thought that social media is today the watchful eye on everything we do.”

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

“The setting could be compared to any such family situation, it just happens to be Berlin and features the Stasi regime.”

Geoff Thompson

Chronicle Luxembourg

Flowers in the Desert (2015)

Christine and Erik feed well off each other… authentic little displays of affection making the audience inwardly root for the couple.”

Sarah Graham

Chronicle Luxembourg

Back to square one?

“Minimal scene and costume changes give the production a seamless, intimate, character.”

Janine Goedert

d’Letzeburger Land

Powerful dialogue on recapturing lost love … Anyone who has ever been married for any length of time and has children will also recognise the familiar fights.”

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

Passionate, thought-provoking and extremely truthful … director Timothy Lone, is intricate in his work and the intimacy that he creates for this production is rather spellbinding.”

Marina Lai

Delano Luxembourg

Greyhounds (2015)

Delivered clearly and with emotion, the two characters have strong accents in two powerful performances.”

Geoff Thompson

Chronicle Luxembourg

Do not miss the bus!  Stella: “Cracked me up. A lot of it did, but it got me thinking, too. And damned near got me crying” … Chantal: “Let’s raise a glass to “Greyhounds”. It’s a real winner!

Wendy Winn & Ruth Dugdall

Delano Luxembourg

A journey you won’t forget … This is a fast-moving, fast-talking play where the dialogue is gripping and the performances are too.”

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

Love Letters (2014)

Straight from the heart.. A.R. Gurney’s genteel two-hander may seem old-fashioned and quaint in the digital age, but the emotions the author wrings from his text are very real.”

Duncan Roberts

Delano Luxembourg

An ode to love and letters at Art Café … you will probably find yourself wondering when you last received a letter, let alone a love letter.”

Graham Cleverley

Wort Luxembourg

The Goat Or, Who is Sylvia? (2013)

“Convincing debut with The Goat .. ..direction is unobtrusive, fast but not hasty”

Graham Cleverley

Wort Luxembourg

No bleating around the bush..
.. The Goat”–is a brilliantly executed piece of theatrety”

Duncan Roberts

Delano Luxembourg

“The dialogue is true-to-life… with great chemistry between the actors who have a rich script, written by Edward Albee.”

Geoff Thompson

Chronicle Luxembourg

 

#WTF Happened? On the Phenomenon of Trump. (2017)

“Suddenly words like “community” and “truth” have a rather hollow ring!”

Janine Goedert

d’Lëtzebuerger Land

“Stupendous show, absolutely stupendous!”

Geoff Thompson

Chronicle Luxembourg

In search of a leader
“The audience leaves breathless and with new perspectives on the Trump phenomenon, and having been highly entertained.”

Duncan Roberts

Delano Luxembourg

“If you have a stereotyped view of who voted for Mr Trump, this will be 75 minutes well spent to challenge that view”

Sarita Rao

Wort Luxembourg

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