It is the year 1936, during the Great Depression. A bedraggled and motley troop of actors arrives at a remote Platteland town without the means to leave it. When they attempt to stage a performance of Everyman to generate some income, they are overtaken by a series of bizarre, mysterious and miraculous events that transfigures both them and the audience.
Tina Le Roux
With his usual efficiency and expertise, Seven Stead has successfully steered his cast through what must have been a challenging and multi-layered rehearsal process. Full of shifts in moods and tensions, the play moves from exquisitely tender moments to the full bellow of melodrama. Greg King has created a very effective set suitably derelict and scattered with dead leaves, and Tina le Roux’s lighting sets the right mood.Caroline Smart, Daily News Tonight