The reviews are in for Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of The Height of the Storm, a new play by Tony-nominated French writer Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton, which opens at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre September 24.
In The Height of the Storm, André and Madeleine have spent 50 years married—until their life together begins to unravel, and their loving relationship is faced with the inevitability of change.
Jonathan Kent directs the drama, which arrives in the U.S. following an acclaimed London run, with Olivier and Tony winner Jonathan Pryce and three-time Olivier Award winner Eileen Atkins reprising their starring roles. Joining them on Broadway are Lucy Cohu, Amanda Drew, James Hillier, and Lisa O’Hare.
Read reviews for the MTC production below.
BroadwayNews.com (Charles Isherwood)
New York Magazine / Vulture (Sara Holdren)
New York Stage Review (Melissa Rose Bernardo)
New York Stage Review (Steven Suskin)
The New York Times (Jesse Green)
Theater News Online (Joe Dziemianowicz)
Theater News Online (Jeremy Gerard)
Time Out New York (Adam Feldman)
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The Height of the Storm began performances on Broadway September 10 and continues an extended run through November 24.
The Broadway production features scenic and costume design by Anthony Ward, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone, sound design by Paul Groothuis, and music by Gary Yershon.