Broadway is better known these days for sending us hit musicals than great plays, but here's an exception that proves the rule. First seen at off-Broadway's Mitzi Newhouse Theatre in 2011 before transferring to Broadway later that year, where it was both a Tony nominee for Best Play and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, it now comes to London in a stunning new production that has conceived it entirely anew. Read more
Exploring family politics, love, loss and redemption. Brooke Wyeth returns to the family home in Palm Springs for the first time in six years with some incendiary news for her Republican parents Polly and Lyman, her brother Trip and her recovering alcoholic aunt Silda. She is about to publish a memoir about her family, exposing a pivotal moment in their painful and explosive past, her actions threatening to push fractured family relations to a point beyond repair.