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Based on Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels adapted by April De Angelis


Résumé: When the most important person in her life goes missing without a trace, Lenu Greco, now a celebrated author, begins to recall a relationship of more than 60 years.

First meeting on the dangerous streets of post-war Naples, friends Lila and Lenu experience turbulent social and political change, from the rise of the Camorra to the sexual revolution and the transformation of their neighbourhood, city and nation. Even as life repeatedly tries to pull them in separate directions, they remain inextricably bound to one another.


Type de série: West End Transfer
Théâtre: National Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Olivier Theatre
Durée : 2 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 12 novembre 2019
Première : jeudi 05 décembre 2019
Dernière : samedi 22 février 2020
Mise en scène : Melly Still
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Justin Avoth, Adam Burton, Niamh Cusack, Amiera Darwish, Trevor Fox, Danielle Henry, Martin Hyder, Kezrena James, David Judge, Wela Mbusi, Catherine McCormack, Victoria Moseley, Emily Mytton, Al Nedjari, Mary Jo Randle, Jonah Russell, Colin Ryan, John Sandeman, Ira Mandela Siobhan, Badria Timimi, Ben Turner, Emily Wachter, Toby Wharton, Elizabeth Mary (Em) Williams
Commentaires : Following a sold-out run at Rose Theatre Kingston, the acclaimed two-part adaptation by April De Angelis (Jumpy) is reworked for the Olivier stage by Melly Still (Coram Boy). Niamh Cusack and Catherine McCormack return to play Lenu and Lila.

This is an adaptation of the 4 Ferrante novels (My Brilliant Friend, The Story of a New Name, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, The Story of the Lost Child) into a play of 2 parts.
Presse : ★★★★ Elena Ferrante's story makes a triumphant transition to stage
Evening Standard

★★★★ This is a production which should delight the books’ many fans and serve as a fine introduction to the richly conceived, unforcedly feminist world of Ferrante
Daily Telegraph

★★★★ An ultra-dynamic production with two towering performances
Time Out

★★★★ Elena Ferrante's story makes a triumphant transition to stage
Evening Standard

★★★★ This is a production which should delight the books’ many fans and serve as a fine introduction to the richly conceived, unforcedly feminist world of Ferrante
Daily Telegraph

★★★★ An ultra-dynamic production with two towering performances
Time Out

★★★★ A lively generous tale of femininity and violence
Independent

★★★★A triumphant staging. Richly rewarding.
Guardian

★★★★ As if Ferrante had materialised in front of us.
Observer

★★★★ Big, bold and brilliant
Metro

★★★★ Exhilarating. The passions and struggles of the two friends are vividly there on the stage
Mail on Sunday


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