His new play ‘Straight Line Crazy’ may treat an American subject, but the English playwright is still addressing some of his chief political and social preoccupations.
In adapting 3 early works by the Russian master, the English playwright met a young, passionate artist, not a distant deity.
A new history play set in the future holds its own alongside classics, as well as new works by Stoppard and Hare and a pair of ace musical revivals.
Reviews of London productions of ‘The Ride Down Mt. Morgan’ and ‘Murmuring Judges.’