Theatre reviews: Mischief | Krapp’s Last Tape



It’s notoriously difficult to make credible drama of a tale set in ancient times that carries a certain mythical force; so difficult that Chekhov famously based the whole first act of The Seagull on the failure of one such show. Yet in this latest Play, Pie And Pint lunchtime show – at the Traverse from Tuesday – director Gerda Stevenson offers something like a master class in how to combine mythical meaning and successful drama, by presenting the three characters in Ellie Stewart’s new play Mischief as richly believable human beings – drawn in large, bold brush strokes, but instantly... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 37
Source: Scotsman
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