Bracing snapshot of the Deep South & a salute to traditional theatrical making

The Brothers Size | The Young Vic | ***** Words by Danyal Ahmed Khalik Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s The Brothers Size, staged originally 11 years ago returned to the Young Vic with an even more striking and imposing run. Like Moonlight, this play is a coming-of-age production, this being the story of two black brother’s struggle for social progression in the Deep South. And given … Continue reading Bracing snapshot of the Deep South & a salute to traditional theatrical making

Fraternity, the Deep South and an exciting time for London.

The Brothers Size | The Young Vic | 30-01-2018 ***** Words by George Clark   Originally performed in 2007; The Brothers Size is one of the brother/sister trilogy of plays created by Moonlight co-writer and Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney. It is no surprise that this play has been renewed, as the timeless text finds itself equally, if not more relevant today. Bijan Sheibani … Continue reading Fraternity, the Deep South and an exciting time for London.