Geoffrey Rush clowns around in this adaptation of Gogol.
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.
David Hare takes on the Church.
Murder most Ayckbourn.
Adam Gwon’s fairytale of New York
Dense, prismatic, powerful.
Shades of the supernatural.
The kinetic scream of Chekhov’s asylum.
A comic crack at climate change scepticism.