3 February 2020
Alex Waldmann (Julius Caesar, All’s Well That Ends Well, As You Like It and Hamlet at the RSC) and Josh Zaré (Every Day I Make Greatness Happen at Hampstead Theatre) The Mikvah Project, directed by Georgia Green, returning to the Orange Tree Theatre following its hugely successful limited run in the OT’s 2019 Directors’ Festival. Don't miss out on £15 tickets - BOOK NOW!
22 November 2019
21 October 2019
Martin Hutson, Claire Lams, Sarah Middleton, Kwaku Mills, Joseph Potter and Michael Simkins will appear in Artistic Director Paul Miller’s rare revival of Bernard Shaw’s early comedy CANDIDA, previewing from 22 November. It follows Paul's acclaimed productions of Shaw’s Misalliance, The Philanderer and Widowers’ Houses at the OT.
5 September 2019
When Matthew Xia first spoke to me about Amsterdam, it was clear that while this is a play triggered by Europe then, it is overwhelmingly a piece for Europe now.
25 July 2019
Full cast is today announced for AMSTERDAM, which previews from 6 September with tickets from £15. Matthew Xia directs Dan Abelson, Fiston Barek, Michal Horowicz and Hara Yannas will appear in this strikingly audacious thriller, which awakens unsettling feelings of collective identity, foreignness and alienation by Israeli playwright Maya Arad Yasur. The play won the Jury Prize at Stueckemarkt 2018, held as part of Berliner Festpiele’s Theater Treffen. Matthew Xia (Blood Knot) returns to the OT to direct, in his first production as Artistic Director of ATC, in a co-production between them, the OT and Theatre Royal Plymouth. It will embark upon a UK tour from February to May 2020.
12 July 2019
Adeyinka Akinrinade, Nicholas Armfield, Matthew Douglas, Cate Hamer, Luke MacGregor, Dylan Mason, Robert Neumark Jones, Eve Ponsonby, Gyuri Sarossy and Nathan Welsh will feature in the 2019 Directors’ Festival at the Orange Tree Theatre. The festival is a programme of four productions in repertoire from 3 – 11 August: the UK premieres of Eight Gigabytes of Hardcore Pornography written by Australia’s Declan Greene and Sadness and Joy in the Life of Giraffes written by Portugal’s Tiago Rodrigues, and revivals of The Mikvah Project written by Josh Azouz (Buggy Baby) and Pilgrims written by Elinor Cook (Out of Love).