by Charles Hutchinson
If you missed Mark Babych’s version at Hull Truck Theatre in February 2016, Chinese Elvis is back in a Yorkshire building this spring.
As with Patrick Connellan’s design in Hull, Carla Goodman has constructed a domed bird’s cage for Charlotte Jones’s comical but poignant 1999 drama , wherein everyone is looking for an escape, or a flight of fancy, a transformation, in search of love and fulfilment.
Imagine a cross between Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Jim Cartwright’s The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, and you have the spirit of Martha, Josie And The Chinese Elvis…
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April 09, 2019