Théâtre (1993)

Livret: Jonathan Lewis
Production à la création:

An account of the tribulations, tedium and terror that young soldiers face when recovering from injuries incurred in the line of duty. Five young soldiers are killing nothing but time when their daily routine of TV, lonely hearts ads and light-hearted banter is shattered by the arrival of an unwelcome authority figure: a young officer fresh from Sandhurst. The camaraderie of this unlikely band of brothers is soon jeopardised by a dangerous incident and an act of betrayal. With charges of misconduct looming, accusations fly – and then the fighting really starts.

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Our Boys (2012-09-Duchess Theatre-London)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Duchess Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : 26 September 2012
Première: 03 October 2012
Dernière: 15 December 2012
Mise en scène : David Grindley
Chorégraphie : Aucun
Producteur :
Star(s) :
Avec: Cian Barry (Keith)
Arthur Darvill (Parry)
Laurence Fox (Joe)
Matthew Lewis (Mick)
Lewis Reeves (Ian)
Jolyon Coy
Presse : "In David Grindley's strongly cast revival, it strikes me as a decent enough piece, but over-reliant on the conventions of army comedy and lacking in real anger at the way disabled servicemen are often thrown on to the scrapheap."
Michael Billington for The Guardian

"Sharp, robustly funny...The production negotiates the sudden switches of mood (from the uproarious to the melancholy) with aplomb; there's sensitivity in the punchy performances; and the play makes its case all the more powerfully for never becoming preachy or programmatic. "
Paul Taylor for The Independent

"The problem is it hasn’t really anywhere to go. Each scene is beautifully crafted, but they don’t quite join to form a narrative arc, and the tragic denouement feels uncomfortably bolted on to a play that is touching and amusing, but oddly lacking in shape. "
Jane Shilling for The Daily Telegraph

"Director David Grindley coaxes a terrific sense of edgy camaraderie and snappy loyalty from the group, who handle with sensitivity the men’s growing awareness that, outside Army life, a highly uncertain future awaits. "
Fiona Mountford for The Evening Standard

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