2ND MARCH - 19TH MAY 2018
Design by Bob Crowley
All Scene All Props were thrilled to work with Bob Crowley for the Young Vic Theatre, on their lastest show THE INHERITANCE.
A generation after the height of the AIDs crisis, what is it like to be a young gay man in New York? How many words are there now for the different kinds of pain, the different kinds of love?
Stephen Daldry direct this hilarious and profound 7-hour heart-breaker - a major world premiere in two parts by New York playwright Matthew Lopez.
Lighting by Jon Clark, Sound by Paul Arditti & Chris Reid.
Cast includes: Hugo Bolton, Robert Boulter, Andrew Burnap, Hubert Burton, John Benjamin Hickey, Paul Hilton, Samuel H. Levine, Syrus Lowe, Michael Marcus, Vanessa Redgrave, Kyle Soller, Luke Thallon and Michael Walters.
[Bob Crowley's Design] 'The studied absence of clutter gives shape and salience to the host of questions the play raises: principally those to do with the connection between past and present. What should gay men hand down from one generation to the next?' - Paul Taylor, The Independent.
THE INHERITANCE runs at the Young Vic Theatre from Friday 2nd March until Saturday 19th May 2018, with Press Night on Wednesday 28th March 2018. For more information and to book tickets, click here.
The Telegraph: 5 stars *****
'Perhaps the most important American play of the century so far.'
WhatsOnStage: 4 stars ****
The Stage: 4 stars ****
'Ambitious, moving and compelling'
Time Out: 4 stars ****
The Independent: 4 stars ****
'Extraordinarily accomplished acting'
'It's absorbing, exciting and uneven...'
Culture Whisper: 4 stars ****
'The Inheritance is a touching, funny, often painful story of loss, grief and the necessary reflection that must be explored in order to learn from our past and look with positivity towards the future.'
Top HatUK Tour
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Waiting for GodotTheatre Royal Haymarket
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The Night AliveDonmar Warehouse
The Sound of MusicRegent's Park Open Air theatre
Julius CaesarDonmar Warehouse
From Here To EternityThe Shaftsbury Theatre
From Morning to MidnightRoyal National Theatre
I Can't Sing: The X-Factor MusicalThe London Palladium
Fathers and SonsDonmar Warehouse
Bakersfield MistThe Duchess Theatre
MedeaRoyal National Theatre
Speed The PlowThe Playhouse Theatre
Henry IVThe Donmar Warehouse
City of AngelsDonmar Warehouse
The Elephant ManTheatre Royal Haymarket
The VoteThe Donmar Warehouse
Kinky BootsAdelphi Theatre
Someone Who'll Watch Over MeChichester Minerva Theatre
In The HeightsKing's Cross Theatre
Teddy FerraraThe Donmar Warehouse
The HomecomingTrafalgar Studios
Les Liaisons DangereusesDonmar Warehouse
A Christmas CarolNoel Coward Theatre, London
The End of LongingPlayhouse Theatre, London
The MaidsTrafalgar Studios
If You Kiss Me, Kiss MeYoung Vic Theatre
Doctor FaustusDuke of York's Theatre
Donmar Shakespeare TrilogyKing's Cross Theatre
One Night In MiamiDonmar Warehouse
Groundhog DayThe Old Vic
Dead FunnyVaudeville Theatre
Once In A LifetimeYoung Vic Theatre
Saint JoanDonmar Warehouse
Beyond The FenceArts Theatre, London
ArtThe Old Vic Theatre
42nd StreetTheatre Royal Drury Lane
WoyzeckOld Vic Theatre
CommonRoyal National Theatre
Queen AnneTheatre Royal Haymarket
The BandUK Tour 2017-18
Young MarxBridge Theatre
Julius CaesarBridge Theatre
The InheritanceYoung Vic Theatre
The Way of The WorldDonmar Warehouse
Quiz / West EndNoel Coward Theatre
Tina: The Tina Turner MusicalAldwych Theatre
Fun HomeYoung Vic Theatre
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The ConvertYoung Vic Theatre
Christmas CarolOld Vic Theatre
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Alys, AlwaysBridge Theatre
Berberian Sound StudioDonmar Warehouse
Sweat (West End)Gielgud Theatre
Man of La ManchaLondon Coliseum