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Telling the story of twins separated at birth and growing up in very different circumstances, Willy Russell’s “Blood Brothers” is a vivid and dramatic criticism of how poverty and prosperity affects our lives. This is a musical that always receives a standing ovation.
“Othello” remains one of Shakespeare’s most relevant plays because of its intense depiction of jealousy and prejudice as Iago’s cruel lies provoke his newly-wed General into destroying everything he loves.
William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” is a frightening tale of ruthless ambition, murder and witchcraft. Inspired by a dark prophecy and driven by his wife, Macbeth sets out to kill the King of Scotland and steal the throne for himself. Read our study guides to develop your understanding of this fantastic story.