REVIEW: Fringe: Stalin’s Daughter at the Rialto

Paul Gustafson May 14, 2015

In Stalin’s Daughter, David Lane’s powerful and disturbing monologue presents us with a haunting psychological examination of the later life of Joseph Stalin’s daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva. Uprooted and transient after her defection to the United States three decades earlier, the story opens with Svetlana arriving by taxi in Clifton, a quaint neighbourhood of Bristol.

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