(Michael Billington’s article appeared in the Guardian, 8/5.)
With plays such as My Child and Contractions, Mike Bartlett has established a reputation as a theatrical miniaturist. Now he has written a big, epic, expansive play about climate change, corporate corruption, fathers and children. And, even if there are times when Bartlett seems overwhelmed by the sheer weight of material, Rupert Goold has come up with a gorgeously carnivalesque production that is more than a match for Enron.
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