Patrick Marber's Dealer's Choice is a serious comedy that speaks volumes about addiction and obsession, fantasy and delusion.
This latest version of Much Ado About Nothing is edgy and neurotic...taking its cue from, shall we say, the maturity of its leading performers, Simon Russell Beale and Zoe Wanamaker.
For a show about the transformative powers of art, Marianne Dreams of all pieces shouldn't feel so stillborn.
This is a Cinderella for a metrosexual age, where children are wise beyond their years. Did anyone say civil partnership ceremony?
The Family Plays is just as described: a double- bill of plays from foreign shores, each of which shows a family oblivious to the catastrophes that befall all too many lives.
Michael Grandage's production of Othello puts the emphasis where it should be- on the title character. And it pays off. Chiwetel Ejiofor's performance as the Moor is priceless.
A South African take on A Christmas Carol/Ikrismas Kherol, complete with a female Scrooge. No bah humbug here.
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John Patrick Shanley's Doubt forces audiences to take a fair amount of the action on faith. Many details of the plot just don't add up.
The Brothers Size shows that young playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney has a superabundance of what can only be called soul.There is definitely music pouring from him.
This revival of Max Frisch's 1953 play The Fire Raisers( here re-titled The Arsonists ), a so-called moral play without a moral is a biting, enduring fable, that, on this occasion, has somehow mislaid its bite.