Produced by Gary Drevitch
Opening near London later this month, Dickens World
promises to take British kids back to the -- well, to the really quite
miserable old days. Attractions will include a schoolroom
where today's coddled class will encounter the "Dreaded Disciplines of
Victorian Education," and a boat tour through the sewers of London.
Dare we hope that there may also be a "Bitter Old Spinsters of the
Caribbean" ride. . .?
UPDATE: AMY WILSON'S "MOTHER LOAD"
Gina Bellfante of the Times has reviewed "Mother Load," old friend Amy Wilson's one-woman show about Manhattan parenting, running through June 16 at the Sage Theater in midtown, and reports, "It is impossible to dislike Ms. Wilson. . . even as she leaves no cliché of sophisticated maternity untouched."
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For shows about Manhattan parentings replete with cliches, please refer to my senior class yearbook, Trinity School (W 91st), 1981.
Posted by: Howard | May 28, 2007 9:23:43 PM
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