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Theatre

The script’s a dud: Antipodes at the Dorfman Theatre reviewed

16 November 2019

9:00 AM

16 November 2019

9:00 AM

The Antipodes, by the acclaimed dramatist Annie Baker, is set in a Hollywood writers’ room. Seven hired scribblers are brainstorming a new animated feature under the direction of a mysterious, bearded multimillionaire, Sandy, who seems thoroughly bored with the movie-making process. The script is in its early stages and Sandy decrees that the central character must be a monster.

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