“Everybody wants passion,” says Ivo Van Hove in the programme interview for his latest show, but in both tone and aesthetic, his take on this doomed romance is less red-hot fire of ardour, more the cold, grey ash left in the wake of a consuming flame. It’s intermittently beautiful and thoughtful, but lacks the necessary fervour that binds lover to lover, and audience to material.
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