Zoe Wanamaker stars in Peter Nichols’s acclaimed black comedy Passion Play at the Duke of York’s Theatre in London.
Multi Olivier Award-winning actress Zoe Wanamaker returns to the West End in Passion Play by Peter Nichols, a darkly comic tale about love and infidelity, directed by David Leveaux (Arcadia).
Winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best Play, Passion Play makes a much-anticipated return to the West End, reuniting director David Leveaux with Zoe Wanamaker, following their successful collaboration on Electra at the Donmar Warehouse and Broadway.
Theatre: Duke of York’s Theatre
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Venue InformationDuke of York's Theatre, 45 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG
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Award-winning actress Zoe Wanamaker is to star in a major new revival of Peter Nichols’s black comedy Passion Play.
The comedy will be directed by David Leveaux, who directed Wanamaker in Electra at the Donmar Warehouse in 1997 for which she won an Olivier Award.
Passion Play, which is about a 25-year marriage that is ripped apart, will open at the Duke Of York’s Theatre from 1 May 2013, and is produced by Tali Pelman.
The last major production of Nichol’s 1981 play was at the Donmar Warehouse and the Comedy Theatre in 2000 starring Cherie Lunghi and James Laurenson.
Further casting is to be announced.