by DAVID EDGAR
BOOKING OPEN TO OT PATRONS & MEMBERS – MEMBERSHIP FROM £60, EQUIVALENT TO £5 A MONTH
On a rainswept afternoon in 1952, Hollywood and Broadway’s leading director, Elia Kazan met his closest collaborator, the playwright Arthur Miller. As the anti-communist crusade of McCarthyism blacklisted hundreds of their colleagues, Kazan and Miller faced a stark choice. Should they betray their friends, or risk never working again?
David Edgar’s illustrious career includes multi award-winning plays for the RSC and National Theatre. His compelling new drama imagines a confrontation between two giants of stage and screen, both passionately involved with an actress about to become the most famous movie star in the world.
“Edgar’s writing has a vigour, a swagger, a taut, tense texture that portrays men and women in the white heat of ambition, duplicity, conscience and tortured idealism” Sunday Times
“There is no more incisive commentator on politics currently working in British theatre” The Times
Mon – Sat 7.30pm (7pm 23 Sept)
Thu & Sat 2.30pm (from 21 Sept)
Members’ and Patrons’ Evening with Post-Show Talk
Tue 1 Oct
Booking is open exclusively to all our Members and Patrons. Membership starts at £60pa and supports the OT to create our ambitious programme of artistic and community work. These evenings are a chance to mingle with fellow Members and Patrons, meet the OT staff, and hear from the cast and creative team of the production.
Post-show discussion led by the OT
Admission is free with your ticket to the performance.
Audio Described performance
Tue 8 Oct 7.30pm
Wed 9 Oct 7.30pm
Relaxed & Distanced performance
Tue 15 Oct 7.30pm
To book accessible seats, and for audio described and captioned, please call the box office on 020 8940 3633 (Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm) or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re on our Access List, you can log in and book online.
No booking fees. Prices increase based on demand. Book early to secure your seats at the best prices.
Under 30s £15 tickets on all seats for all performances – subject to availability.
£15 access tickets – find out more
£15 tickets available for members of theatre unions and guilds