As directed by My Big Gay Italian Wedding's Paul Taylor-Mills
mirror on the wall, if I don’t like what I see I’ll murder them all. Revenge,
twisted logic and righteousness mix in this paradoxically gleeful look at
taboos and murder. Three separate short plays by world renowned playwright Neil
LaBute explore whether evil underlines us all, or merely disguises itself
frighteningly well in a few.
Taylor-Mills (My Big Gay Italian Wedding, Director) presents a brand new
production of Neil LaBute's acclaimed collection of three darkly brilliant
one-act plays, "iphigenia in
orem", "a gaggle of saints" and "medea redux".
Each play is an exploration of the complexities of evil in everyday life.
It reunites James Le Feuvre and Faye Winter, who both appeared in the Michael Grandage's production of Hamlet with Jude Law both in the West End and on Broadway.
We think it looks good. We also think James Le Feuvre looks
Court Theatre, Curtains Up Pub, 28a Comeragh Road, Hammersmith
London, W14 9HR
Tuesday 5 June - Sunday 17 June - 7.45pm
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