Dark Sublime is a rare personal drama about an older gay woman trying to find her place and identity in a changing world, with plenty of laughs – particularly aimed at the world of showbiz – and some interesting questions about the nature of fandom.
From Light In The Piazza to Present Laughter via West End Live: That Stagey Blog reflects on another busy week.
Carrying on a new series, our editor Lisa Martland has picked out her Top Picks from the last week including Anne Cox’s thoughts on Present Laughter, while Aleks Sierz reports from Bitter Wheat.
Dark Sublime is a fun and interesting night out that will attract a new audience with an interest in television to the theatre.
Dark Sublime is a long play and while it contains some really good material it would benefit from being trimmed back to make it slicker and more focused.
Recently I was lucky enough to catch up with playwright Michael Dennis to talk about his debut full-length play, Dark Sublime, running at the Trafalgar Studios from 25 June 2019 for a six-week.
Mate Andrew Keates (The Show People Podcast) directs the premiere of debut play Dark Sublime, centring on fans of British sci-fi and starring Star Trek’s Marina Sirtis, which will open at the West End’s Trafalgar Studios next year, running from 25 June to 3 August 2019, with a press night on 28 June.