Monthly Archives: August 2014

Thérèse Raquin

Mounting a French classic onto the stage written by the father of naturalism, Emile Zola, brings many challenges to a theatre company but Dirty Pretty Theatre at Theatre Works presents a crystal clear evocation of the novel and delivers its essence with an enormous amount of creativity and passion. The story of a forbidden love affair between a man’s wife and his childhood friend and their very dark quest for this love affair to succeed, is a harrowing one.

therese body

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