Mark Fisher

Review: 'Roam'

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At a time when a pair of nail clippers on a short-haul flight can set alarm bells ringing, it will be interesting to see if Edinburgh Intl. Airport remains the only such venue with the boldness of…

Review: 'Faust'

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The Scottish capital's main rep theater is known for sturdy productions of the classics. In this context, it's all the more extraordinary to find such a demanding, expansive and ambitious staging of…

Scotland's 'Home' run

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Critic's Notebook: It was a red-letter night for Scottish theater, but you'd have been hard pressed to find a red carpet. The National Theater of Scotland launched Feb. 25 with 10 site-specific…

Review: 'Ubu The King'

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When Dominic Hill's arresting staging of Alfred Jarry's scatological classic reaches London at the end of November, it will be the final installment of the Young Genius season, a joint Barbican/Young…

Scots stage a coup

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Nearly 200 years in the making, the National Theater of Scotland came one step closer on Nov. 1 with the launch of an inaugural 2006 program that will reach across Scotland and as far as the U.S.

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