Faustus: That Damned Woman

22nd Jan 2020 - 4th Apr 2020

Book Tickets

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The Sunday Times


by David Jays

Tennessee Williams called it “the saddest play I have ever written,” but Ellen McDougall’s production of his 1944 memory play is fascinatingly clear-eyed.

What's On Stage


by Matt Trueman

Ellen McDougall's production of Tennessee Williams's classic text explores a fragile fantasy world with no way out and nowhere to hide.

The Guardian


by Alfred Hickling

Tennessee Williams’s memory play is boldly staged by Ellen McDougall with strong performances from a cast including Greta Scacchi.

Exeunt Magazine


by Katie Smith

McDougall trusts her audience enough to let the knotty text do its work – it’s great for a director to have faith in this way. It pays off.