Indecent (Menier Chocolate Factory)
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Indecent (Menier Chocolate Factory)
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Indecent (Menier Chocolate Factory) London Reviews and Tickets

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Relevant, Great acting, Masterful, Great singing, Great writing

Rebecca Taichman's Tony Award-winning Broadway production about the controversial Sholem Asch play.

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Great writing, Great singing, Great acting, Relevant, Masterful

See it if You want a beautiful show

Don't see it if You are an idiot

Critic Reviews (4)

London Theatre
September 15th, 2021

The production finds new value in the word “ensemble” in what is possibly the best acted Menier staging since Patrick Marber’s magnificent reclamation of Travesties five years ago. Every one of the cast deftly fields a dense play, with Molly Osborne and Alexandra Silber both ... radiant.
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WhatsOnStage
September 14th, 2021

Undercurrents of hope ripple through the texts, which blends comic and tragic in the same way that Christopher Akerlind makes chiaroscuro lighting wash across each scene, or choreographer David Dorfman goes from static passages to quaint choreography. A moving, memorable evening.
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The Arts Desk
September 15th, 2021

Despite the increasingly sinister political backdrop, this is a moving and uplifting evening, marked in particular by charismatic performances from Timms, Lynch and Silber.
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The Guardian (UK)
September 14th, 2021

Though finishing in the 1950s, Indecent throws shadows beyond ... Parallels may ... be seen with the current cultural conflict over what should be said and by whom. Indecent is a brainy play staged with the panache of a musical.
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