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Plus: Complicité’s Simon McBurney
A fine production of Stravinsky’s opera from Simon McBurney
Complicite’s close-up on Hollywood legend Robert Evans is an exhilarating but messy affair
The dangers of self-delusion are powerfully explored in Simon McBurney’s Zweig adaptation
As a new staging of Beware of Pity comes to London, do his 1930s writings have a new resonance?
Simon McBurney’s Complicite production uses technology to portray a technology-free Brazilian people
Simon McBurney’s staging of Stefan Zweig’s novel focuses on the words
Simon McBurney weaves an Amazon travelogue and personal reflection into an aural and visual delight
Complicite’s new production is distinctive, making a virtue of stagecraft, but it lacks human warmth
Annabel Arden and Simon McBurney talk about what is next for Complicite’s visionary theatre as it marks 30 years
In its second incarnation, Complicite and Simon McBurney render Bulgakov’s novel faithfully and fulsomely
Simon McBurney’s production cogently persuades you of the novel’s peculiar, compelling power