The Habit of Art by Alan Bennett (Broadway's The History Boys)
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The last date listed for The Habit of Art was Sunday April 13, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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Featured review from Greg CaiazzoRed Velvet
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Interesting and enjoyable play within a play. The scene is the dress rehearsal of a play about an imaginary meeting between WH Auden and Benjamin Britten in 1972. This is the first time that they have seen one another in 25 years. Despite a muddled start by the entire cast, they catch the rhythm quickly. The two main characters are exceptional and carry the entire piece.
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This is a marvelous theatre experience! The play is fast paced, laden with poetical references and rhyme and extremely well acted. The playwright best known for The HiistoryBoys, started with Beyond The Fringe and Dudley Moorehas created a...continued
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