Andrew Sheridan’s bruising debut.
Addressing lack of visibility, but too awkward for reference.
Hate and the 1980s.
The corset unlaced.
William Forsythe’s essay on fragility.
Fun-filled, but fails to take flight.
Pedro Miguel Rozo’s family parable.
David Hare’s wheezy two-hander.
Robert Lepage’s ravishing spin-off.
Spunky, but doesn’t quite fill the pool.
Bold and unsettling.
The great man collects and annotates.
David Hare takes on the Church.
Murder most Ayckbourn.
Adam Gwon’s fairytale of New York