What Did Critics Think of Two Ladies in London, Starring Zoë Wanamaker and Zrinka Cvitešić?

The Verdict   What Did Critics Think of Two Ladies in London, Starring Zoë Wanamaker and Zrinka Cvitešić?
 
Nancy Harris' tale of two presidential wives had its world premiere September 25.
Zoë Wanamaker in <i>Two Ladies</i>
Zoë Wanamaker in Two Ladies Helen Maybanks

Nancy Harris' Two Ladies, which imagines a meeting between fictionalized first ladies of the United States and France—albeit heavily inspired by current events—had its world premiere at London's Bridge Theatre September 25.

Zoë Wanamaker and Zrinka Cvitešić play the American and French wives, respectively, in the Nicholas Hytner-helmed production.

Read what critics thought of the play in the reviews below.

The Arts Desk (Aleks Sierz)

Go London (Nick Curtis)

The Guardian (Michael Billington)

London Theatre (Mark Shenton)

Metro (Claire Allfree)

The New York Times (Matt Wolf)

The Stage (Rosemary Waugh)

The Telegraph (Dominic Cavendish)

Time Out (Holly Williams)

Variety (David Benedict)

Rounding out the company are Lorna Brown, Yoli Fuller, Raghad Chaar, Dimitri Jeannest, Ann Marcuson, and Julia Righton.

The production features sets and costumes by Anna Fleischle, lighting by Johanna Town, sound design by George Dennis, and original music by Grant Olding.

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