When a famous Shakespearian actor shot and killed President Lincoln in Ford’s Theatre, it was supposed to be his greatest performance – the spectacular highlight of his theatrical career. 12 days later, hiding in a barn with a broken leg, fully expecting to be acclaimed as the hero of his country, John Wilkes Booth is waiting for his reviews to come in… Read more …
Superb two-hander meditates on the performances and evil deeds of men.
Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, this lunchtime drama inventively directed by Ken Alexander, hits its target with some panache.
A smartly written, nicely acted and, thanks to Ken Alexander, tightly directed historical comedy.
The two hander is a simple piece, suitably quick and memorable for the lunchtime theatre slot.