Why See The Other Place?
The UK Premiere of Broadway Hit The Other Place
Sharr White's heavy-hitting psychological thriller The Other Place garnered much critical acclaim during its 2013 Broadway run, in which Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Laurie Metcalf gave a powerhouse performance in the lead role of Juliana Smithton. After multiple highly-praised runs across the US, the thought-provoking work enjoys a UK premiere as part of the Park Theatre's brand new 2018 season.
UK stage and film veteran Karen Archer steps into the role of Juliana, a high-flying neurologist at the peak of her career. Whilst outward appearances point to a woman at the top of her game, Juliana's demons strike just as she's giving a lecture to a room of doctors. Confusing flashes of her home life, which include a marriage on the brink of divorce and an estranged daughter, blur the lines between what's real and what may only exist in her head...
Previews from: 19 September 2018
Opening night: 22 September 2018
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