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The Capriciousness of Men

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, February 20, 2017

By Marinell Haegelin  Othello by William Shakespeare at English Theatre with Graham Watts’ adaptation and directing  Settle in, and as in days of yore thespians announce the play’s commencing with… Read more…

Don’t Blink Twice or You’ll Miss Something

By We Are the Film Fans - Friday, November 25, 2016

By Marinell Haegelin Don’t Lose The Place by Derek Benfield at English Theatre with Robert Rumpf directing During this fast-paced farce, you’ll be able to loose yourself in laughter. The… Read more…

Smell A Rat?

By We Are the Film Fans - Tuesday, September 13, 2016

  By Marinell Haegelin   Orphans by Lyle Kessler at English Theatre with Clifford Dean directing  The English Theatre’s directors Robert Rumpf and Clifford Dean deliver a spectrum of theaters’… Read more…

A Most Pernicious Guest

By We Are the Film Fans - Wednesday, May 11, 2016

By Marinell Haegelin by N.J. Crisp at English Theatre with Philip Dart directing  Sally, in the posh countryside home’s conservatory, anticipates her husband’s arrival soon. She is caught off-guard when… Read more…

Who is Teaching What to Whom?

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, February 22, 2016

 By Marinell Haegelin Educating Rita by Willy Russell at English Theatre with Nicholas Humphrey directing  Rita’s a swell Liverpudlian with an itch to change. Not like her customers at the… Read more…

The Dinner’s Pièce de Résistance

By We Are the Film Fans - Thursday, November 26, 2015

By Marinell Haegelin No Dinner For Sinners by Edward Taylor with English Theatre’s Clifford Dean directing  No self-respecting woman wants to be a “temporary trollop”, especially after investing two years… Read more…

Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder

By We Are the Film Fans - Monday, September 14, 2015

By Marinell Haegelin Fat Pig by Neil LaBute, Robert Rumpf directs  A young executive ends up sharing a table with a young woman at lunch, prompting conversation whereby he learns… Read more…

The English Theater’s 2014-15 Season Ends With An Amazingly Unusual Musical Thriller Based On A True Event From 1924

By We Are the Film Fans - Sunday, April 26, 2015

By Becky Tan   Thrill Me by Stephen Dolginoff, Paul Glaser directs   Why go to New York, when we have it all right here in Hamburg: namely, the hottest… Read more…

Let’s Be Candid About Candida

By Angloinfo Berlin - Tuesday, February 24, 2015

By Marinell Haegelin  Candida by Bernard Shaw, Philip Dart directs A charismatic pastor, Reverend James Morell eagerly awaits his wife’s return whilst working companionably with his secretary Prossy. They are… Read more…

Anyone for Breakfast?

By We Are the Film Fans - Wednesday, December 3, 2014

by Marinell Haegelin Shirley’s not being totally altruistic when she offers her good friend her home for Jane’s maybe tryst with a younger man. Besides, its Shirley’s aerobics night. When… Read more…

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