They have little in common but their country of origin, but the former director of the National and the founder of Theatre Workshop are British leaders to be reckoned with.
Three European directors plumb the tragedy’s limitless possibilities.
Common to all the writing of this quintessentially English playwright, under-exposed in the U.S., is a reluctance to take people, or situations, at face value.
Reviews of London productions of ‘The Ride Down Mt. Morgan’ and ‘Murmuring Judges.’