Michael Longhurst, the new artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse following the departure of Josie Rourke, kicks off his first season with David Greig's Europe in a 25th anniversary revival of the 1994 play. The production began previews June 20 ahead of a June 27 opening, and stars Theo Barklem-Biggs (Horse), Ron Cook (Fret), Billy Howle (Berlin), Kevork Malikyan (Sava), Faye Marsay (Adele), Natalia Tena (Katia), Stephen Wight (Billy), and Shane Zaza (Morocco).
According to production notes, Europe begins on a day when "the trains are no longer stopping at the border and no one knows why. Plus, the stationmaster has two new arrivals to deal with. Arrivals that will divide the local population. This prophetic early masterpiece from David Greig explores our complex relationship to Europe—as a continent, a refuge, an idea."
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