Playing safe let-down



MARY CONWAY is taken by the theatrical breadth of the production but doubts the purpose its over simplistic narrative
Oslo
National Theatre London SE1
3/5
JT ROGERS tackles a big theme with his new work Oslo, now at the National Theatre prior to the West End and dripping with awards from its New York run.
The play, set in 1992-3, records an astonishing, unpublicised series of meetings in Norway between representatives of the state of Israel and members of the PLO. In reality, these events not only culminated in a landmark peace agreement between the two nations but gave the world hope... read more

 
26 September 2017 in Editorial, Views: 61
Source: Morning Star
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