Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead at The Old Vic. Photos by Manuel Harlan
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Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead, announces the First Ambassador in Hamlet. The demise of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern is overlooked amidst the b...
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The Caretaker

Being in the unique position of a Young Reviewer who had not yet had the chance to watch a Harold Pinter play, I was excited to attend the latest Old ...
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The Master Builder

The Master Builder is a play about the spaces in between, a theme that Howell’s stunning set emphasises: it is full of slicing geometric shapes, sla...
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Dr Seuss’s The Lorax

“I am the Lorax. I speak for the trees!” The Lorax was a larger-than-life performance. Everything about it was amazing: the puppetry craftsmans...
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The Hairy Ape

Eugene O’Neill’s classic American existential drama The Hairy Ape is strikingly staged in a new outing at the Old Vic directed by Richard Jones. ...
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High Society

A rip-roaring, rambunctious work, High Society is a production that entertains the audience from its very first note. The decision to play it in the ...
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Electra

When the Greeks portrayed the ancient stories of the Trojan War and its endless consequences on the lives of the heroes and villains involved, they we...
Other Desert Cities
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Other Desert Cities

The Old Vic has been transformed for Other Desert Cities; the stalls have been stripped out and rebuilt, the stage dragged forwards, and scaffolding e...