New productions at the National Theatre in 2004


New productions at the National Theatre in 2004

New productions at The National Theatre in 2004 include....

THE PERMANENT WAY a new play by David Hare, directed by Max Stafford-Clark, in a co-production with Out of Joint. In January 2004 in the Cottesloe Theatre.

CYRANO DE BERGERAC a freely adapted version of Rostand’s play by the Irish poet Derek Mahon. Directed by Howard Davies and starring Stephen Rea playing the title role. In April 2004 in the Olivier THeatre.

THE FALSE SERVANT by Marivaux, in a new version by Martin Crimp. Directed by Jonathan Kent. At the Cottesloe sometime in 2004.


Also expected in 2004, but still not definite include...

THE MANDATE by Nikolai Erdman, in a version by Declan Donnellan, directed by Declan Donnellan and designed by Nick Ormerod at the Cottesloe Theatre.

THEATRE OF BLOOD A co-production by National Theatre & Improbable Theatre of a new devised piece, Theatre of Blood, based on the 1970s MGM cult classic film. Improbable Theatre was formed by Phelim McDermott, Julian Crouch, Lee Simpson and Nick Sweeting.


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