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2020's Olivier Award winner for Best New Play
One of the casualties of the March 2020 lockdown, Leopoldstat is back this year for a limited 12-week run. Touted as the playwright Tom Stoppard's most personal work to date, Leopoldstadt is a look at the titular old Jewish Quarter in 1900s Vienna, after an influx of population after the Emperor, Franz Joseph, permitted the Jewish in his country full civil rights a generation before.
Centering on one family at the heart of the community - their lives, loves, passions and complexities as they contribute to the vibrant society growing around them - expect typical Stoppardian wit and observation, wordplay and sweeping drama from this exciting new epic. Directed by Patrick Marber, it is Stoppard's first play that explores his Jewish ancestry and is drawn from their experiences.
His first play since 2015's The Hard Problem, Leopoldstat joins the playwright's 30 something works, alongside Travesties, Arcadia, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and many more. One of the country's greatest living dramatists, Stoppard is known for creating beautiful, intelligent works that challenge the audience as much as entertain.
Opening night: 7 August 2021
Cara Ballingall as Jana
Arty Froushan as Leo
Aidan McArdle as Hermann
Macy Nyman as Hermine
Sebastian Armesto as Jacob/Nathan/Ludwig
Jenna Augen as Rosa
Rhys Bailey as Young Nathan
Faye Castelow as Gretl
Joe Coen as Policeman/Zac
Felicity Davidson as Hilde
Mark Edel-Hunt as Civilian/Fritz
Clara Francis as Wilma|
Ilan Galkoff as Pauli
Caroline Gruber as Emilia
Sam Hoare as Percy
Natalie Law as Hanna
Avye Leventis as Sally
Noof Ousellam as Otto
Dorothea Myer-Bennett as Eva
Jake Neads as Mohel/Policeman
Aaron Neil as Ernst
Alexander Newland as Kurt
Sadie Shimmin as Poldi
Griffin Stevens as Aaron
Eleanor Wyld as Nellie
Noa Alberts, Rocco Brenner, Atticus Collier, Willa Collier, Aidan Greenberg, Mae Sarner Henson, Aidan Herrmann, Lexi Hudaly, Audrey Kattan, Ollie Kohn, Max Lester, Mace Phoenix, Leo Roberts, Osian Salter, Raphael Shbero and Shoshana Shbero.
Written by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Patrick Marber
Produced by Sonia Friedman
Best New Play
ESSENTIAL moving Powerful
Leopoldstadt is not your normal Stoppard, it's his most accessible, masterful and deeply moving.
Weaving together five decades in the history of a Jewish family in Vienna, Tom Stoppard's latest and most personal work takes us on a heartbreaking journey.Read full review
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