Office-based plays are relatively few and far between particularly those from the 1930s, so the revival of John Van Druten’s London Wall at the Tower Theatre is particularly interesting, not least for its focus on the female staff of a busy London law firm who struggle to be seen as equals by their male colleagues who treat them either as secretaries or a prizes to be won.
Review: Bell Book and Candle (Greenwich Playhouse, London)
It’s Christmas time: as the audience enters, Judy Garland’s chestnuts are roasting on an open stereo, and to spice up the season New York socialite Gillian Holroyd has designs on the handsome publisher upstairs who’s dating her college rival. But Gillian has womanly wiles she didn’t learn at Wellesley, and John van Druten’s airy comedy […]
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