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Theatre: ‘The Upstairs Room’ – We are who we are not in spite but because of others.

It all began in Oxford, last year, with director James Savin planning to direct Sartre’s play Huis Clos.  Playwright David K. O’Hara read it and something did not sit well with him.  In Huis Clos, we are in hell – represented … Continue reading

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