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In 2014, Pomona stormed the Orange Tree, turning the previously staid venue into a place of both lauded theatre revolution and disgruntled walkouts. Could Alistair McDowall repeat the feat at the more progressive Royal Court? X should certainly prove as … Continue reading
From Jamie Lloyd’s reinvention of Marlowe’s Faustus and Glenn Close’s Norma Desmond to Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winner and a new heist farce, here are some of this month’s most eye-catching openings. Read my full BroadwayWorld article here
Last year, new Orange Tree artistic director Paul Miller electrified his theatre by programming Alistair McDowall’s brilliant and brutal dystopian thriller. Now it occupies the National’s Temporary space, with most of its excellent original cast intact. Read my full Ham & … Continue reading