Having been rediscovered in recent years, Arthur Miller’s No Villain is given a new lease of life in 2016 as the playwright’s first show makes its way to the Trafalgar Studios 2.
Previously staged at the Old Red Lion Theatre, No Villain has resonated with audiences and given them insights into the early work of one of the world’s most famous playwrights.
And some talented performers have been recruited to bring it to life as David Bromley, Nesba Crenshaw, George Turvey, Kenneth Jay and Stephen Omer all act under the direction of Sean Turner. So this will be a must-see for fans of Arthur Miller and newcomers as well.
The Simon family is at the centre of No Villain; they were once wealthy factory owners but as we join them in the show it is clear that these good times are behind them. Amongst this struggle their son returns from University and as a strike looms he soon becomes at odds with his father.
It was an important piece for Miller as he explores themes that would eventually land him in hot water with the government and shape his world view for some time to come. So whilst audiences continue to flock to see shows like The Crucible and Death Of A Salesman in the capital, No Villain introduces his earliest work and ensures a must-see event in the West End.
No Villain is at the Trafalgar Studios 2 from Tuesday 14th June 2016.
|Booking From:||Friday, 22nd July 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 23rd July 2016|
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