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Old August 30 2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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No Man's Land - Patrick Stewart

There was a post on Trek Today referencing the plays that Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan are doing together, but haven't found anything on the boards. Has anyone seen this? I'm going tonight

I'm a little skeptical on the play because reviews talk about "existential dread" which does give me dread. But I don't think with those two actors you could go wrong. They could probably read the phone book and it'd be amazing.

I saw "Tea at Five" several years ago, when Kate Mulgrew did her one woman play. That was beyond excellent, and she really showed her depth as an actor. It gave me a new respect for her.

This I expect to be a jawdropping experience in a lot of ways.
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