Labyrinth, Hampstead Theatre

company-labyrinth_photo-manuel-harlanBeth Steel, who scored at hit at the Hampstead in 2014 with a play about the 1980s miners’ strike, has dipped back into history to create one with sickening relevance to the current financial crisis. It’s 1978, and Wall Street is packed with cowboys gleefully eyeing up their new frontier: Latin America.

Read my full BroadwayWorld review here

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