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D'Anthony Shaffer

Résumé: Sleuth is the story of two ruthless men, locked together in a deadly power game. Andrew, cuckolded by Milo, plots an extraordinary revenge on his handsome, younger rival, which is as stylish as it is lethal. Milo, however, is an adversary who should not be underrated.

Type de série:
Théâtre: Apollo Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 7 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 02 juillet 2002
Première : mercredi 10 juillet 2002
Dernière : samedi 08 février 2003
Mise en scène : Elijah Moshinsky
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Ian Ogilvy (Andrew), Jonathan Kerrigan (Milo), Seamus Dobony, James Forge, Matthew Knott
Presse : THE FINANCIAL TIMES says, " The play still holds its own, but this should be an evening of fire and ice, fear and loathing; here, it's a rather tepid affair."
THE DAILY MAIL says, "Fine revival."
THE GUARDIAN says, "Bowles and O'Brien don't spark one another off."
THE TIMES says, "Whodunnit still thrills 30 years on."
THE INDEPENDENT says, "This tit-for-tat rapier fight rarely loses pace and never gives itself away."
TIME OUT says, "Director Elijah Moshinsky...lacks the cruel sense of fun needed to bring out the humour and violence of the writing."
ALEKS SIERZ for THE STAGE says, "An undemanding piece of boulevard theatre that is unlikely to appeal to anyone except inveterate cultural nostalgics."