Stripped-back piece makes us focus on human condition

Our-TownThe heartfelt message of Thornton Wilder’s iconic 1938 play Our Town is delivered with stunning directness in David Cromer’s unaffected revival.

Wilder’s fourth-wall-busting piece endeavours to communicate the truth of what it means to be human by limiting theatrical artifice, an aim honoured by Cromer’s intimate, immersive staging, in which house lights stay up and actors wander freely through the audience.

Read my full Islington Gazette review here

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