A piece of magic-infused escapism that shifts tonally between whimsical frivolity and real psychological acuity, tear-jerking drama and comic romps, and as such, can feel hard to pin down.
Got your tickets yet for Troupe Theatre’s revival of JM Barrie’s rarely seen 1917 play Dear Brutus yet? Watch this spellbinding video, including interviews with director Jonathan O’Boyle and stars Miles Richardson and Venice van Someren about creating “Neverland for grownups” – and then get booking!
Have you booked yet for Jonathan O’Boyle’s Troupe Theatre production of JM Barrie’s rarely performed 1917 play Dear Brutus, starting performances at London’s Southwark later this month? Have a look at our galleries of publicity and rehearsal shots with the 11-strong cast – and then get booking!
The programme bears an image of a shirtless Fox with a sexy woman draped across him. He’s looking past her, the physical definition of agonised. This picture promises passion, Greek drama perhaps.