There’s too much story for one play in Neverwhere, but it’s a hell of a visual trip | Theater Review | Chicago Reader

There’s too much story for one play in Neverwhere, but it’s a hell of a visual trip 

Young audiences may appreciate it more than their parents.

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Suzanne Plunkett

By definition, all theater is some sort of cosplay, and by golly does this stage adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 1996 BBC Two series and subsequent novelization lean into the LARP-iest version of it. Ilesa Duncan's adventurous revival of Robert Kauzlaric's play (originally…

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