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George Turner

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Off-Broadway Revival, 1970
Jack Horney

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Acorn TV Announces Upcoming 2018 Slate Featuring Award-Winning New Dramas and Returni Photo Acorn TV Announces Upcoming 2018 Slate Featuring Award-Winning New Dramas and Returning Favorites
by Macon Prickett - Jul 25, 2018

After starting off the year with several must-see Acorn TV Originals including the final season of BAFTA-winning BBC comedy Detectorists, star-studded ITV drama Girlfriends, and Welsh sensation Keeping Faith, Acorn TV announces its content-packed slate for the rest of the year filled with must-see new dramas and returning favorites. North America's largest streaming service specializing in British and international television will feature the U.S. and Canadian premieres of several more Acorn TV Originals, including its first sole commission with Agatha Raisin, Series 2 starring Ashley Jensen (Catastrophe, Ugly Betty); new hit Aussie drama Mystery Road called “Australia's answer to 'True Detective'… Judy Davis is phenomenal” (Junkee); and Irish comedy Finding Joy; plus Welsh drama Bang, Italian drama Tangled Lies and new seasons of Acorn TV favorites 800 Words, Paul Abbott's No Offence, Ackley Bridge, The Heart Guy, and The Brokenwood Mysteries; as well as dates for two of its most popular Australian series with the final season of addictive period drama A Place to Call Home (Sept. 3/Labor Day) and Guy Pearce's return as the late Peter Temple's Jack Irish (Sept. 10, Trailer).

BWW Reviews: Not Dead Yet: THE KILLING OF SISTER GEORGE at Long Wharf Theatre
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Dec 10, 2012

A noble, but flawed adaptation of Frank Marcus's trailblazing play.