Dream Story

Anna Ledwich and Arthur Schnitzler

Dream Story

Through a simple sexual admission, a husband and wife are driven apart into rival worlds of erotic revenge. Their mutual confessions signal a surrendering to their most illicit fantasties, feeding an extraordinary and dangerous sexual awakening. 3.5 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Dream Story

Omniscore:

Location London
Venue Gate Theatre
Director Anna Ledwich
Cast Jon Foster, Luke Neal, Rebecca Scroggs Leah Muller
From July 2011
Until July 2011
Box Office 0207229 0706
 

Through a simple sexual admission, a husband and wife are driven apart into rival worlds of erotic revenge. Their mutual confessions signal a surrendering to their most illicit fantasties, feeding an extraordinary and dangerous sexual awakening.

Reviews

The Guardian

Brian Logan

Ledwich has turned the novella into a cool but nightmarish four-hander, which draws us into its antihero's sexual imagination with miasmic effectiveness.

21/06/2007

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The Times

Jeremy Kingston

Ledwich’s astonishing achievement is to create these disconcerting episodes — some of which may exist only in Fridolin’s imagination — with a cast of only four actors

21/06/2007

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The Stage

Natasha Tripney

Ledwich effectively blurs the line between reality and the imagined, external and internal, so it’s hard to know where the dream ends and begins.

16/06/2007

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Time Out

Matt Trueman

Ledwich flags the shortcomings of language compared to feeling, but, in doing so, proves there's nothing so dull as the recounted dreams of other people.

19/06/2007

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