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Rosemary Waugh is a theatre and visual arts critic.
Stef Smith’s era-jumping adaptation goes out of its way to demonstrate why the story remains compelling.
This take on Richard III set in a contemporary American high school is both a ludicrous idea and one that instantly makes perfect sense.
Baker has created a brilliantly naturalistic depiction of a meeting underscored by office politics.
The 81-year-old dramatist’s taste for slyly shape-shifting theatre is on display in this quartet of four new works for the Royal Court.
Entering the world of Blood Wedding is like stepping inside a Rembrandt painting.
Icke’s Oedipus sees its protagonist zooming towards his own downfall at supersonic speed: a 100-metre dash straight into a brick wall.