Demetrios Matheou

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Reviews (3)
Midtown W
The Hollywood Reporter

for a previous production "Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Cox are the men fighting over Zawe Ashton in the London revival of Harold Pinter's consummately structured love triangle." Full Review

Antigone (BAM)
The Arts Desk

for a previous production "It’s elegantly staged, with a marvellous new translation by Anne Carson that crackles with canny colloquialism and insight, features one of the best, most robust Greek choruses I’ve encountered and makes the play feel almost shockingly relevant...At times, however, Binoche is too manic, too shouty, mincing her words, belying the clarity of the text. And then you feel the audience leaving her." Full Review

The Hollywood Reporter

“The piece is ripe for revisiting. At the same time there's an immediate irony about this adaptation from cinema to stage...The resulting play feels more cinematic than its source...It’s bold, intelligent, funny, with a conceptual and technical swagger that is sometimes quite breathtaking...Such a sophisticated level of multimedia choreography on a stage is simply extraordinary...The result is thrilling, but also fuels the narrative...Cranston is a perfect fit for the role.” Full Review