Nice Fish, Harold Pinter Theatre

nice-fish-jim-lichtscheidl-and-mark-rylance-4-photo-credit-teddy-woolf-jpgMark Rylance was once renowned for skipping thank yous to agents, friends and everyone he’s ever met in award speeches and instead giving us a blast of Minnesotan prose poet Louis Jenkins. Now the two men have co-created an oddball meditation, first seen in New York earlier this year, in which comedy meets soul-searching on an untethered frozen lake.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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