arrow_downarrow_leftarrow_rightarrow_upbookmarkArtboard 6bubbleicon_arrow_lefticon_birdicon_calicon_facebookicon_mailicon_searchicon_twittericon_websiteicon-emailicon-facebookicon-ldicon-twitterArtboard 6review_countsigthumbs_downthumbs_uptop_allArtboard 6top_yearw-negw-nonew-nutw-pos

The Season at Stratford

12 shows
85 reviews

More depth to the social context

“What really makes this Front Page feel fresh is its social, gender, racial and character complications — things that a mainstream audience in 2019 is much more equipped and eager to investigate than in 1928.

It might mean there’s often a bitter tinge to the laughs, particularly in the first two (of three) acts, but this grey area of theatre feels more honest than the black and white of newsprint in the original script.”

  • Michael Healey's adaptation of Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's

    The Front Page

    9 Reviews Comments