Rapture Theatre shoots, and scores, in Red Lion, a soccer drama by Patrick Marber that even non-sports fans will love.
Worthy but earthbound, Rapture Theatre’s touring production of Tennessee Williams’ classic A Streetcar Named Desire never really convinces.
Static: Much in Rapture’s touring production of Democracy could speak to audiences in 2016 Scotland. However, it is buried in a slow, seemingly interminable production.
Rapture Theatre’s touring production of Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee has an emotional depth and psychological realism that help the production to overcome occasional false steps.
This is one of Miller’s final plays and seems largely unconcerned with niceties of plot, instead focusing on the interplay of character. Themes of mental health, human relationships, success and failure and the dying of the American Dream are elegantly explored in what is a delicately limpid chamber piece.