The month actually has had some really amazing shows. My favorite was probably the Bollywood Cinderella I saw at a tiny theater in Earlsfield; but the one I'll be talking about the longest was Audience, a play in which we, the audience, are manipulated rather extremely by the actors. I found a lack of holiday cheer in Trafalgar Studio's Dublin Carol - but it was still better than Royal Court's miserable Haunted Child. Better than both but still ultimately disposable was the National Theater's Comedy of Errors - and looking back at the lot, the only thing that stood out in almost a month of theater going, in the non-experimental, non-panto vein, was the quite excellent "Reasons to be Pretty" at the Almeida, all the way back at the end of November. It's running through January 14th and is well worth making an effort to see, and not just for those people who have an interest in Billy Piper.
I guess you can see why I haven't been able to keep up with my blogging here, as I've really been maxing out in the show viewing department this month. Even when I've actually managed to get a review written up on my theater blog, I'm not taking the time to come over here and plug the reviews; the job hunt has also burned a lot of my spare time, and getting on the computer to DO something besides buying tickets has not been a priority. Ah well, the year is nearly over, and I've got a whole week here to indulge myself in all of the writing time I could want. Hope you enjoy the results!