Strangers On A Train
It turns out that the somewhat unhinged Bruno was rather more serious about the plan than was Guy, leading to tragic consequences. The ensuing lies, deception and psychological pressure form the backbone of the play, as Guy's highly successful life and career both start to crumble as Bruno's influence takes hold. We already know whodunnit but the question is - will Guy follow suit?
The denouement is ambitious and effective, with perhaps, an element of ambiguity.
The cast is a strong one. Unfortunately, headliner Laurence Fox was indisposed and couldn't play as Guy, but understudy Scott Sparrow did a fine job.
|The Gielgud Theatre|
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