Every time I go to London (England) and see four or five productions in a week, there seems to be a leitmotif that links the plays and musicals thematically. It could be unrequited love, family tragedy, or sexual orientation. In September, on my most recent theatrical jaunt, the theme was identity. The Almeida Theatre, recently renovated and looking quite spiffy, presented the world premiere of I.D., a play written by Anthony Sher, who also stars in the central role. The story centers ...
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