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By Caryl Churchill
The Royal Court Theatre
Directed by James Macdonald
Three old friends and a neighbor. A summer of afternoons in the backyard. Lingering sunshine and inevitable darkness.
Caryl Churchill, one of Britain’s greatest living playwrights, returns to BAM for the first time in 15 years with this by-turns hilarious and unsettling daydream. Directed by Churchill’s frequent collaborator James Macdonald (Cloud Nine; Love and Information; John Gabriel Borkman, Spring 2011), with startling performances from Linda Bassett, Deborah Findlay, Kika Markham, and June Watson, Escaped Alone is doomsday in a teapot, a calmly revolutionary vision of looming collapse.
Scenic design by Miriam Buether
Lighting design by Peter Mumford
Sound design by Christopher Shutt
Production supported by Anatol Orient in memory of Ruth Bloomfield.
Ireland’s Druid revives Martin McDonagh’s Tony Award-winning pitch-black comedy.
South Africa’s Isango Ensemble delivers a musical adaptation of a young refugee’s story.
A deeply personal solo work about the slipperiness of memory by director Robert Lepage.