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Theatre

Chimerica is a triumph

31 August 2013

9:00 AM

31 August 2013

9:00 AM

Chimerica

Harold Pinter, until 19 October

Chimerica. The weird title of Lucy Kirkwood’s hit play conjoins the names of the eastern and western superpowers and promises to offer a snapshot of both nations just as the baton of economic primacy passes from America’s wizened youth to China’s reborn antiquity. The script has an unusually complex set of creative ambitions.

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