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Further to the news that Tony and Olivier Award winning theatre director Marianne Elliott has left the National Theatre, it has officially been announced that she has teamed up with theatre producer Chris Harper to set up Elliott Harper Productions which will produce new work throughout 2017.
The first play in the season will be Simon Stephens' Heisenberg which will be directed by Elliott and run at a yet-to-be confirmed venue in Autumn 2017. This will be followed by Oedipus to Antigone in a new adaptation by Yael Farber who will also direct.
The season will continue with a modern revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical Company which will see Rosalie Craig take on the role of Bobby, or Bobbie, in a gender-reversed version of the musical about a confirmed bachelor that has been specially approved by Sondheim, once again directed by Elliott.
Further plays in the season are yet to be announced, alongside casting, venue and ticket information.