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On the expansive stage of the Roborough Studios, a line of six or so actors queue for Starbucks – now, a universal synecdoche of capitalism’s occasionally damaging self-interest – while the audience makes their way in for the opening night of EuTCo’s second production of this term. The room is wide, and chairs stretch out to either end while … Continue reading Review: EUTCO presents Earthquakes in London
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