From a flier which came through my letterbox advertising the glories of the Bridge Theatre... Also on the website, but haven't seen a thread - apologies if I have duplicated.
ALYS, ALWAYS By Lucinda Coxon Based on the novel by Harriet Lane
From 23 January 2019
"Frances is quiet and capable, but nobody takes much notice: her face is pressed to the window, on the outside, looking in. One evening, driving home to London, she comes across an upturned car, and when the driver's famous family later gets in touch, Frances finds herself for the first time ushered into the world on the other side of the window."
Nicholas Hytner directs the world premiere of this gripping psychological thriller that excavates the fault line that separated the entitled from the unentitled.
Post by barelyathletic on Sept 27, 2018 9:54:53 GMT
The novel left me a bit cold. Interesting but curiously undramatic. I loved Lucinda Coxon's screen adaptation of The Little Stranger though. Fingers crossed for Ruth Wilson taking the lead in this. But maybe that will clash with Lear in New York?