Travesties, Menier Chocolate Factory

x2cb44261d-ea3a-9b7a-e06a80c28f75871d-jpg-pagespeed-ic-o0p0yxl6a8Wilde, Joyce, Shakespeare, Lenin, memory, the morality of war, social systems, and the meaning and purpose of art: Stoppard’s dazzlingly intellectual 1974 play really is a life, the universe and everything affair. Thankfully, Patrick Marber’s fleet-footed revival is equally attuned to its wit and giddy strangeness, offering a lifeline to audience members who may be nodding fervently at the line “I’m finding this conversation extremely hard to follow”.

Read my full BroadwayWorld review here

 

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