Everyman; a National Theatre Review

Originating in the fifteenth century as a relatively simplistic moral message, Duffy's new adaptation maintains the medieval integrity of the piece, whilst incorporating into Everyman something that every-modern-man could relate to. From the outset, it is clearly an ensemble piece. At the risk of sounding trite, the company really did incorporate ‘everyman’, embodying a variety… Continue reading Everyman; a National Theatre Review