Tuesday, 4 May 2010


The Sydney Theatre Company's re-staging of Joanna Murray-Smith's play 'Honour' has simple staging and some fine acting.

William Zappa and Wendy Hughes are the couple whose marriage ends abruptly when Zappa's character is seduced by the youthful and sexy journalist sent to interview him for a profile study. The play contains plenty of scorching one liners and is quite interesting even though the characters making up the triangle develop in a predictable way.

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