Wolf, Matt
March 2000
Variety Movie Reviews;3/ 6/2000, Issue 46, p1
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the musical "Poison," directed by David Kramer and starring Guy Burgess and Claudia Cadette, performed at the Tricycle Theater in London, England February 21, 2000.


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