By Thornton Wilder
Directed By David Cromer
Tickets £9 - £36
Award-winning US actor-director David Cromer directs this intimate version of Wilder’s iconic American play.
This deceptively simple story exposes the stark truth of human existence as two people fall in love, marry, and live out their lives as a small American town becomes an allegory for everyday life.
“David Cromer’s rethinking of Thornton Wilder’s masterpiece is a landmark”
Wall Street Journal
For more information about Thornton Wilder go to www.thorntonwilder.com
Previews Fri 10 - Thu 16 Oct
Press Night Fri 17 Oct (7pm)
Evening performances 7.30pm
Saturday matinees 2.30pm from 25 Oct
Wednesday matinees 2.30pm on 29 Oct, 5 Nov & 12 Nov
Talkback Thu 30 Oct (post performance)
Supporters' Evening Mon 17 Nov
OUR TOWN IN SCHOOLS
Mon 10 Nov Dormers Wells High School Ealing
Mon 17 Nov Cleeve Park School, Bexley
Television includes: The Damnation of Darwin.
Film includes: Colour; Attack the Block.
Michael attends the BRIT School.
★★★★ Cromer adds a coup de theatre that elevates it from stunning to sublime…
All is delivered with heart, soul and gentle wit…
British Theatre Guide
★★★★ An unforgettable evocation of everytown… invigorating…startlingly fresh
★★★★ Cromer's version is for the most part brilliantly unshowy, peeling away the gloss of nostalgia to get at the profound and poignant truths beneath.
★★★★ quietly devastating… complete with a scenic coup de théâtre from designer Stephen Dobay
The Arts Desk
Our Town is approximately 2 hours 5 minutes including two intervals