Today we’re thrilled to announce two new shows for 2015!
Man: Three plays by Tennessee Williams
11 – 21 Feb 2015
Three riveting stories of misplaced identity and sexual repression reveal the tragic consequences of isolation.
Don’t miss these rarely performed Tennessee Williams one-act plays: Summer at the Lake, Auto-de-Fe and The Strangest Kind of Romance, directed by 2015 Genesis Future Directors Award winner Finn Beames.
A Number by Caryl Churchill
3 Jul – 8 Aug 2015
Bernard thought he was an only child. At the age of 35 he learns the shocking truth: he is just one of a number of clones. He and his father both confront epic questions of identity, intimacy and belonging.
Caryl Churchill pushes the boundaries of science and ethics with an astonishing twist on the dynamics of the father/son relationship. Played by real-life father and son John and Lex Shrapnel, A Number is directed by Michael Longhurst with design by Tom Scutt.
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