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One multinational. Four lives. In every corner of the world, a critical struggle for identity. The Pulverised
is a vital new play about escaping the rat race, overcoming borders and discovering new life. Following an explosive premiere at the Strasbourg National Theatre, where it won the prestigious Grand Prix de la Literature, Alexandra Badea's timely and captivating drama arrives in the UK with a new English translation. Join the Pulverised on their extraordinary global journey, from falling in love in a Chinese factory to swimming the Senegal seas.Performers Jude Akuwudike (Lophakin), Pernille Broch (Anya), Jim Bywater (Pischick), Barls Celiloglu (Charlotte), Abhin Galeya (Trofimov), Robin Hooper (Firs), Jack Klaff (Gayev), Simon Scardifiel (Yepikhodov), Sian Thomas (Mme Ranevsky), Omer Cem Coltu (Stranger), Nick Voyia (Stranger), Ryan Wichert (Yasha), Jade Williams (Varya), Lily Wood (Dunyasha).
Author Alexandra Badea. Producer York Theatre Royal. Producer Arcola Theatre. Producer Changing Face. Translation Lucy Phelps. Director Andy Sava. Design Nicolai Hart-Hansen. Costume Nicolai Hart-Hansen. Sound Ashley Ogden. Design Ashley Ogden (video design). Lighting Tom Smith. Director Lanre Malaolu (movement director). Other Suzy Somerville (production manager). Stage Manager Tom Gamble.
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