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Farber’s revival brings the nightmare madness home to us with an extraordinary physical intensity, a masterly feel for the different emotional rhythms in Miller’s scenes and a tension that is brilliantly sustained over the show’s three-and-a-half hours’ running time.

The audience sits on all four sides of Soutra Gilmour’s spare set, giving the proceedings an intimacy of focus and creating the impression that the protagonists are in a crucible that is reducing them to their essence.

Yaël Farber’s mesmerising production of Arthur Miller’s great play unfolds with the sick dread of a horrible dream from which you are powerless to awake.

The South African director made a huge impact internationally with her Mies Julie in which she transplanted Strindberg’s classic and its master-slave dynamic to the present day in her native country.

Armitage has such a wonderfully deep, rich voice that brings authority to his character but as an instrument, his voice really takes the strain as his character runs the gamut of emotions as his life unravels at the hands of Abigail, a young girl he has a brief affair with and who takes her revenge by whipping up accusations of witchcraft throughout Salem.

One can only hope Armitage's voice holds up for the whole run.

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Johannes Schütz's startling set consists of little more than a semi-circle of treacherous mud, across which the cast stagger their wanton way until, by the conclusion, they're caked in filth. No longer are the woods surrounding Athens a magical, ethereal realm, they're the last day of Glastonbury.

remains one of the most important and influential plays of the twentieth century.

Arthur Miller's tale of religious hysteria in the Salem witch trials of 1692 is a masterpiece of profound social and political commentary mixed beautifully with human emotions and relationships on a small, interpersonal level.

A complex blend of fact and fiction, Consent follows a fictional rape trial from the rape itself, the reporting of the attack with the police, the victim’s visit to a doctor, and through to the court case, the jury’s deliberations, and the judge’s verdict.

Actors Anna Madeley and Daniel Mays played the victim and perpetrator, but all of the professionals with whom they came into contact – the police, medical professionals, lawyers, judge, court staff and jury members – were played by real people in their professional capacity.

Johannes Schütz's startling set consists of little more than a semi-circle of treacherous mud, across which the cast stagger their wanton way until, by the conclusion, they're caked in filth. No longer are the woods surrounding Athens a magical, ethereal realm, they're the last day of Glastonbury.

remains one of the most important and influential plays of the twentieth century.

Arthur Miller's tale of religious hysteria in the Salem witch trials of 1692 is a masterpiece of profound social and political commentary mixed beautifully with human emotions and relationships on a small, interpersonal level.

A complex blend of fact and fiction, Consent follows a fictional rape trial from the rape itself, the reporting of the attack with the police, the victim’s visit to a doctor, and through to the court case, the jury’s deliberations, and the judge’s verdict.

Actors Anna Madeley and Daniel Mays played the victim and perpetrator, but all of the professionals with whom they came into contact – the police, medical professionals, lawyers, judge, court staff and jury members – were played by real people in their professional capacity.

Anna Madeley as John Proctor's wife Elizabeth gives a performance of great restraint as the dutiful wife trying hard to reconcile herself with her husband's infidelity.