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The Inheritance is a two-part play. The Inheritance has now ended its run at the Young Vic but you can book for the West-End transfer. Stephen Daldry directs this hilarious and profound heart-breaker – a major world premiere in two parts by New York playwright Matthew Lopez.
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Sprawling epic of gay life The Inheritance to transfer to West End

Daldry directs with a gliding theatricality, and his minimalist production might have been passed down by Peter Brook. Props are chucked on, moments hammed up, and the tone is one of boyish conviviality: At the same time, however, the disjuncture between story and art-form adds a knowing artifice that works wonders.

To truly connect, we first have to feel. Levine revels in the reflections of two characters: Opened, reviewed March 28, The music company will form a new unit, Concord Theatricals.

London Theater Review: ‘The Inheritance’

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. In a five-star review of the original production for LondonTheatre.

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During one of the intervals for The Inheritance, newly transferred from the Young Vic where it premiered in March to the West End's Noel Coward Theatre, I ran into Martin Sherman, who wrote one of the great gay plays of my lifetime in Bent, a shattering account of gay life and death in a Nazi concentration camp. A week ago, I spent nearly eight hours re-visiting the National's lavish and exhilarating production of Tony Kushner's s epic Angels in America on Broadway, a play that swirls, swoops and swaggers over a moment of great crisis for the gay community in America as it chronicles the emerging AIDS epidemic in the previous decade.

And now back in London, I spent over seven hours at the Young Read more Latest The Inheritance: Jack Riddiford joins the cast.

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