Brief Encounter Broadway Show
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Brief Encounter on Broadway
England's Kneehigh Theatre finally brings its innovative adaptation of Noel Coward's Brief Encounter to Broadway. Presented by the Roundabout Theatre Company, the acclaimed production about an unexpected love affair plays at Studio 54.
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Based on Noel Coward's play Still Life and the subsequent film adaptation Brief Encounter, this stage version combines both and also uses music and songs to tell the story of an unhappily married woman who falls in love with a married physician following the pair's brief encounter at a train station.
Emma Rice (Direction)
Neil Murray (Set and Costume Design)
Malcolm Rippeth (Lighting Design)
Simon Baker (Sound Design)
Gemma Carrington and Jon Driscoll (Projection Design)
Noel Coward (Original Play/Screenplay)
Emma Rice (Adaptation)
Summary Based on Noel Coward's play Still Life and its film adaptation, Brief Encounter, this stage version combines both and also uses songs and evocative underscoring to tell the tale of a discontented married woman who falls for a married physician following the pair's brief encounter at a train station.
Age Teens and Up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation At turns wistful, funny, melodramatic, clever, musical, and touching, Brief Encounter is an artful and highly theatrical take on its source material. Set in the '40s, the show often feels as though it is parodying the old style film romances of that era, and yet the love story is moving and the characters' emotional torment is genuine and relatable.