The Ustinov studio concludes its season of premieres from the Americas with a slow-burning gem from Argentina, The Omission of The Family Coleman, Claudio Tolcachir’s cult Buenos Aries hit that played for four years in Tolcachir’s kitchen-slash-theatre, now adapted and relocated to Ireland by Stella Feehilly.
Donald Margulies’ The Model Apartment is a typical choice for the Ustinov, a work whose meaning and its overall effect will continue to burrow under the surface of its audience members for weeks to come.
There’s a lot to process in The Whale, sometimes too much, but make no mistake – this is masterful modern drama.
Theatre Royal Bath will present three new in-house production in its spring 2018 season: new Harley Granville Barker discovery Agnes Colander, directed by Trevor Nunn; the UK premiere of Samuel D Hunter’s The Whale; and Simon Reade’s take on Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain.
With its peeling walls and echoes of proscenium grandeur, Alice Childress’s 1955 American classic in praise of theatre carries a wonderful sense of authenticity, even to some of its echoing acoustics.
Following his West End musical turn in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Jonathan Slinger will join Tanya Moodie in the London transfer of Alice Childress’ Trouble in Mind at the Print Room.
Following her acclaimed performance in Trouble in Mind at the Theatre Royal Bath last year, Olivier nominated actress Tanya Moodie will reprise her role as Wiletta in Laurence Boswell’s production when it transfers to London this autumn.
Daniel Kehlman’s play arrives in London following the production’s run at the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio earlier this year. But what have critics been making of Laurence Boswell’s production?
Laurence Boswell’s Theatre Royal Bath production of Daniel Kehlmann’s THE MENTOR transfers to the West End, starring Hollywood’s F Murray Abraham.
Is Florian Zeller the new Yasmina Reza? Certainly, he’s the most successful French playwright to hit English shores since Reza, whose 1990s hits – Life x 3, The Unexpected Man and, of course, the long-running (eight years in the West End), starry cast-rotating Art – were followed more recently by 2006’s God of Carnage in […]