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A play that defies explanation, yet still grips — thanks largely to its two central performances
Niamh Cusack is an academic under suspicion in Daniel Kehlmann’s drama
F. Murray Abraham shines in an amusing play about art and artists
Yasmina Reza’s play is droll and clever — but is there less here than meets the eye?
Christopher Hampton’s revived drama is a swirl of love and jealousy
Frank Langella pivots skilfully between Lear-like torment and a lighter comic register
Dame Judi Dench wins eighth award, the most for any performer
Florian Zeller’s drama skewers the moral contortions of an unfaithful man
Florian Zeller’s new play, following his acclaimed drama The Father, is further proof of his prowess
Dominic West and Janet McTeer excel as the scheming seducers in Josie Rourke’s first-rate RSC revival
The very nature of theatre builds empathy for an Alzheimer’s sufferer, to devastating and brilliant effect
Florian Zeller’s touching play uses the nature of theatre to convey the disorientation of dementia
Kafka, Glass, Hampton: this new chamber opera is a dream ticket
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical tackles a subject with huge potential, yet the result is tepid