British imports are all the rage in New York this season, with no less than a dozen different productions to be seen on and off Broadway. In the first wave of plays from London, Electra and The Blue Room have come via the Donmar Warehouse, Phedre and Britannicus by way of the Almeida, and Blue Heart from The Royal Court. Amy's View, Closer, Not About Nightingales, Marlene, The Iceman Cometh, The Weir, and Via Dolorosa, all seen in London last season, are scheduled for New York engagements ...

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