Director: Rachel Chavkin; Written by: Arthur Miller
When the American clock turned in 1929, fortunes were made and lives were broken when the stock market crashed.
The American Clock tells the story of how the Baum family tried to navigate through this unprecedented financial crisis, in a society that was still governed by race and class.
Arthur Miller's ground-breaking play about a nation's unwavering faith in capitalism is set against a soundtrack of 1920s swing and jazz, creating a backdrop that spans a vast horizon from choking high rises to rural heartlands.
Leave To Remain – 18 Jan to 16 Feb 2019 – Leave To Remain tells the story of a gay couple facing an uncertain future, which threatens to fracture their families as well.
9 To 5 – with the music of Dolly Parton – 28 Jan to 31 Aug 2019 – 9 To 5 uses the music of Dolly Parton to tell the story of three put-upon workers who oust their egotistical office boss
Come From Away — Phoenix Theatre – 30 Jan to 25 May 2019 – Come From Away tells the story of how a small Canadian town took in 7,000 stranded air passengers after 9/11
Pinter at the Pinter: A Slight Ache / The Dumb Waiter – 31 Jan to 23 Feb 2019 – The five-month long season of Harold Pinter's one-act plays continues with A Slight Ache and The Dumb Waiter
Edward II — by Christopher Marlowe – 7 Feb to 20 Apr 2019 – The Sam Wanamaker Theatre will be putting on a candlelit production of Christopher Marlowe's Edward II.
Anton & Erin: Dance Those Magical Musicals – 9 and 14 Feb 2019 – TV ballroom dancers Anton and Erin are back at Barbican Hall with 'Dance Those Magical Musicals'.
The Animals and Children Took to the Streets – 19 Feb to 16 Mar 2019 – When Agnes Eaves arrives late to the feared Bayou Mansions, it either signals hope for the residents or horror
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