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ANOTHER COUNTRY at Trafalgar Studios

June 22, 2014

ANOTHER COUNTRY at the Trafalgar Studios was mostly boring. I think that Julian Mitchell’s play about school politics affected by the accepted undercurrents of homosexuality in a British Public school was very interesting in 1982 but in today’s more enlightened society it all seemed very dull. I discovered that I don’t really care much about the luxurious position of public school boys from this play.

The young actors are all very earnest and give good performances as far as the script allows. However there was one magical scene when the stage positively lit up with the wonderful actor Julian Wadham playing one of the boys uncles. Julian was in the original production of ANOTHER COUNTRY playing one of the boys.



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