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Tagged Dr. Faustus

A Darvillish Role…

The Devil always turns out to be the person you least suspect – like The Simpson’s Ned Flanders – but in this case it is Arthur Darvill who is about to play Mephistopheles, the human servant of all evil, in Matthew Dunster’s production of Christopher Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus at Shakespeare’s Globe. It reall is one hell of…

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