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Young Vic announce 2004 season
The Young Vic Theatre has announced new productions for 2004. It is the final season of work before the current building is redesigned by Steve Tompkins of Haworth Tompkins Architects. The 'New' Young Vic is expected to reopen in Autumn 2006.
Public Booking opens Monday 8th Dec 03
Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder
Opens on 4 Mar 03, following previews from 27 Feb 03, running to 10 Apr 03.
It is directed by David Lan , designed by Richard Hudson , with choreography by Kate Flatt, costumes by Jackie Galloway, and lighting by Bruno Poet.
Cast includes: David Troughton
1942. New Jersey, USA. Welcome to the world of Mr and Mrs Antrobus, a remarkable family who have survived every catastrophe throughout history by ‘the skin of their teeth’. With a new Ice Age on its way, dinosaurs on the front lawn and the end of the world due in 24 hours, will they be so lucky this time?
Cruel and Tender.
by Martin Crimp after Sophocles' Trachiniae
5 - 15 May 2004 & 17 June - 10 July 2004
Starring Kerry Fox
Produced by Young Vic, Wiener Festwochen and Chichester Festival Theatre productions
It is directed by Luc Bondy, and designed by Richard Peduzzi
Far away a battle rages and an entire city is turned to dust. Amelia can't sleep. She waits for news of her husband. He's a great general and this seems to be a decisive victory. But as the motives for the war start to look disturbingly personal, his wife becomes desperate to hold on to his love.
Martin Crimp’s new play takes Sophocles' ancient story of marriage and violence - Trachiniae - and propels it into a modern world of political hypocrisy and emotional terroism.
Also the Young Vic Studio will present one studio production......
Some Voices by Joe Penhall
Opens 17 Mar 04, following previews from 12 Mar 04, and booking to 3 apr 04.
Directed by Matthew Dunster, designed by Anna Fleischle, with lighting by Drew Pautz.
Ray is charming, spontaneous and enigmatic. He’s just been discharged from a psychiatric hospital and is living in London with his brother Pete. But when he meets Laura and falls in love, he starts to wonder if the tablets he has to take are really necessary...