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‘The Visit, or The Old Lady Comes to Call’: Theater Review

Lesley Manville plays the billionairess out for revenge in Tony Kushner's adaptation of Friedrich Dürrenmatt's dark parable 'The Visit,' with Hugo Weaving as the old lover who wishes he wasn't.

‘Endgame’: Theater Review

Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe team up as master and servant desperate for closure in Samuel Beckett's existential masterwork, 'Endgame.'

‘Uncle Vanya’: Theater Review

Toby Jones, Richard Armitage and Ciarán Hinds head the ensemble in Conor McPherson's new adaptation of Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya,' directed by Ian Rickson.

‘Cyrano de Bergerac’: Theater Review

James McAvoy and director Jamie Lloyd continue their collaboration with this new version by Martin Crimp of Rostand's classic love story 'Cyrano de Bergerac.'

‘Translations’: Theater Review

Ian Rickson's 2018 staging of Brian Friel's modern classic about language and nationhood enjoys a speedy return to the National, again led by Ciarán Hinds

‘Lungs’: Theater Review

Claire Foy and Matt Smith reunite after 'The Crown' for Duncan Macmillan's 'Lungs,' a sparky two-hander about parenting and the planet.

‘A Day in the Death of Joe Egg’: Theater Review

Toby Stephens and Claire Skinner star in a timely revival of Peter Nichols' acclaimed dark comedy 'A Day in the Death of Joe Egg,' opening just weeks after the British playwright's death.

‘The Night of the Iguana’: Theater Review

Clive Owen, Lia Williams and Anna Gunn star in the London revival of 'The Night of the Iguana,' the steamy comedy-drama often cited as Tennessee Williams' last great play.

‘Peter Gynt’: Theater Review

Playwright David Hare and director Jonathan Kent return to the scene of their acclaimed Young Chekhov season with 'Peter Gynt,' a new version of Ibsen's fantastical satire, starring James McArdle.

‘Europe’: Theater Review

Rising star Billy Howle joins 'Game of Thrones' alumnae Faye Marsay and Natalia Tena in the 25th anniversary revival of 'Europe,' David Greig's still-resonant lament for a continent that's lost its…

‘Present Laughter’: Theater Review

Hot off his work on season two of 'Fleabag,' Andrew Scott joins the fine tradition of Noel Coward alter egos in arguably the playwright's most autobiographical comedy, 'Present Laughter,' directed by…

‘The Starry Messenger’: Theater Review

Matthew Broderick makes his West End debut alongside Elizabeth McGovern, reprising his off-Broadway role as an astronomy teacher in midlife crisis in Kenneth Lonergan's 'The Starry Messenger.'