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David Harewood as William F Buckley (Photo: Wasi Daniju)

REVIEW: Best of Enemies, Young Vic (2021)

In the debate scenes, the actors speak the words that Vidal and Buckley actually spoke. Outside the debates, they confer with their advisers about how to beat the other man, and – vain in a way that only television can make people – they protest to the network that the other man is getting more of the camera.

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Ben Daniels as Chris and James Hazeldine as Joe Keller (Photo: Ivan Kyncl}

REVIEW: All My Sons, Cottesloe, National Theatre (2000)

Set in an American town in the 1940s, the play looks at the conflict between the pressure to make money and ethics or personal responsibility. The cupboards are full of metaphorical skeletons. Director Howard Davies, who two years ago directed the acclaimed production of The Iceman Cometh in London and on Broadway, has revived Miller's play in a tense and exciting production.

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