Love, art tragedy, loyalty, ambition and the passing of eras in our own recent history all intermingle in this masterpiece from the author of The Absence of War, Racing Demon
and (with Howard Brenton Pravda
). Originally performed by the Royal National Theatre and on Broadway Amy's View
follows the relationship between Amy Thomas, the man in her life and her eccentric actress mother, as it develops through a decade and a half of social change and growing maturity - from the passionate idealism of the 70s, through the self-promoting cynicism of the 80s and 90s when, at last, it might just be possible to find redemption of a sort through acceptance of 'Amy's view'.
Archive :: production:T01630127841, play:S2304, venue:V394