The Shadow Box is a bit overwrought but Hardwick’s production is clear-eyed (Time Out Sydney)

image-9There isn’t a whiff of pretension to Kim Hardwick’s take on Michael Cristofer’s 1977 Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Shadow Box – an occasionally overwrought but generally clear-eyed expose of the reality of death and dying (from the man who wrote the screenplays for The Witches of Eastwick and The Bonfire of the Vanities)…. READ MORE

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