Marek Horn's new play where politics and the planet collide.
In a committee room on Capitol Hill, three senators must interrogate a man about trading rare marine commodities. They must find out what he knows, where the fish went, and why.
Ed Madden directs this new comedy exploring the limits of science, the power of myths, and the things we can’t control.
At 100 minutes straight through, it is perhaps a notch overlong. But the climactic moments are superbly well constructed, leading to a delicious denouement. I guarantee you'll never look at a tin of tuna in quite the same way.
Directed by Ed Madden, the characters’ unravelling feels completely natural...Yellowfin has a smart set-up but the impact of the action always feels one-step removed.
Horn’s satirical take on the crisis in our seas is a reminder that we have little time to waste before the damage is irreversible. You’ll never look at a tin of tuna in the same way again.
A spirit-lifting musical adaptation of the hit film of the same name produced by Whoopi Goldberg.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s critically acclaimed production transfers to Sadler's Wells.