The Elizabethans & Jacobians
Theatre that results in contemporary interpretations of Elizabethan and Jacobian plays that highlight the power struggles of turning away from might is right, politically, and sexually.
Lazarus Theatre productions never fail to grab you from the moment you enter the theatre. You step through into a world of mayhem as if stepping through an invisible membrane that divides you from where you've come. At the Blue Elephant Theatre.
There’s something quite brilliant about the way Ricky Duke deals with the realisation of poetic language in Dido Queen of Carthage. For me, he seems to work with the metaphors that characterise mythical places and peoples with a boldness of approach that is quite breathtaking.