Arthur Miller's The Last Yankee to Be Staged at London's Print Room

News   Arthur Miller's The Last Yankee to Be Staged at London's Print Room
Arthur Miller's The Last Yankee, previously seen in London at the Young Vic in 1993, is to receive its first major London revival since then at the fringe Print Room in Notting Hill, beginning performances Sept. 7 prior to an official opening Sept. 12, for a run through Oct. 5.

Cathal Cleary (JMK Director Award winner in 2011) will direct a cast that comprises Andy de la Tour, Paul Hickey, Kika Markham and Matilda Ziegler in this exploration of American society, unfulfilled dreams and the complexity of relationships. In the play, "Patricia Hamilton (Ziegler) and Karen Frick (Markham) are both recovering from a nervous breakdown, and their respective husbands Leroy (Hickey) and John (de la Tour) meet in the hospital's waiting room. Whilst the women share in being victims of despair, the men collide in their experiences and situations - one finds dignity in manual labor and family life, the other in affluence and industry."

To book tickets, contact the box office on 020 7221 6036, or visit for more details.

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