New Experimental Drama Takes West End by Storm – “The Stage Door”

OMG! This is wonderful! I will be there on August 23, an enthusiastic participant in this improvisational performance! Can’t wait! Thanks, Guylty!

Guylty Pleasure

Review: “The Stage Door”

New Experimental Drama Takes West End by Storm

by Guylty Pleasure

Experimental drama has the habit of being, well, experimental. It is hard to tell nowadays where reality starts and fiction begins. A new experimental drama that is mid-way through its eleven week-run in London’s West End is braving new ways in bringing the reality of modern life to the audience. Never-seen-before stage management, audience involvement and improvisation methods are making this innovative new work the must-see performance of the season. And best of all – it’s unticketed and free in.

The Stage Door

Devised and staged by impressive director/writer/lead actor Richard Armitage, the play opens to a street scene on a balmy summer evening in central London. The seemingly calm and peaceful scene is cosily illuminated by street lights, accentuated with the warm glow of the orange “stage door” orb. Sparsely furnished with the occasional car and a…

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One Response to New Experimental Drama Takes West End by Storm – “The Stage Door”

  1. guylty says:

    Thanks, Marie. You’ll have a great evening, both with the play, and hopefully with the stage door afterwards. It’s certainly impressive, both! Looking forward to your take on it.

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