Set against the low hum of the War on Terror, Why Can't We Live Together? is a kaleidoscopic vision of our times through the lives of one man and one woman.
Obsessed with a girl called Sylvia, whom he kissed just once at a garden party when he was 17, Mark makes a habit of pursuing physically identical girls for the rest of his life - despite having a wife and growing son.
A short play by Jessica Siân exploring the expectations and responsibilities of being an artist and a woman.
A violent tragedy, regarded as one of the great works of Jacobean theatre. Features the text edited for the RSC production, and introductions by key members of its creative team. Part of the RSC's Roaring Girls season.
The Duke Brascino is openly seducing a married woman, Vittoria, while plotting the murder of his own wife. Vittoria's brother Flamineo, a cold-blooded murderer, tries to exploit his position as Brascino's servant and pander. Finally Brascino's enemies, outraged by his perversions, seek a vicious revenge.
An affecting play, based on a true story, about what happens when our world is turned upside down.
A quick-witted satirical farce set in the Whips' office at Westminster.
By Sam Holcroft
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A blistering play about our need for honesty in relationships and how it can sometimes bring about their downfall.
By Jack Thorne
A painful – and painfully funny – play about being very young and in love – and coping with serious illness at the same time.
On Stage NowP.G. Wodehouse, The Goodale Brothers
The Miller Centre