ST JAMES THEATRE
(and "The Studio")
Ends 13th December 2014.
Author Will Trenting gets a knighthood... and unwanted attention from the
Emlyn Williams' play is directed by Blanche McIntyre.
"The Studio" schedule:
See www.stjamestheatre.co.uk for details of productions.
Reports are that for all its melodrama, this 1950's play of an older man and an
under-age girl feels more relevant than ever. There's praise for Alexander
Hanson as a newly lauded writer forced to account for his indiscretion. The
loyal wife (Abigail Cruttenden) and agent (Jay Villiers) are also noted for
making the most of the supportive positions they are required to adopt - whether
moral or not.
Most of all, it's the Finborough Theatre's night for
re-discovering the play, and producer Nicola Seed Productions for employing
designer James Cotterill and lighting designer Peter Mumford for the transfer.
A rare chance to see something which may have aged a little, but has plenty
to say here and now, is the verdict.
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