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Why World War I poets are revered in English Literature while World War II poet Keith Douglas is largely forgotten poses an interesting question about our cultural values. A promising idea, however, is left unrealised in Shane Burke’s Forget Me Not. At the Tea House Theatre.
The choice to stage Oedipus seems obvious… it’s a great play. Ricky Duke’s carefully choreographed and nuanced realisation of the play enlivens a sense of the heroic. He does this by setting Oedipus on his calamitous path in a political maelstrom.