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Closed May 9, 2010

The signature story of our age

The Guardian

Why See Enron?

ENRON is a stunning spectacle, a powerhouse of theatrics and an electric drama about one of the greatest disasters of the modern era: the blazing rise and explosive fall of the American energy giant.

Lucy Pebble's stunning play arrives on Broadway after a 6 Olivier Award-nominated London premiere. Told with a mixture of music, movement and multimedia, ENRON uses grand theatrical innovation to explore the corporate greed, personal arrogance, savage intelligence, utter naïveté and shattering collapse of a modern day empire.

There is nothing more dangerous than power in the wrong hands.

Previews from: 8th April 2010
Opening night: 27th April 2010

Audience: Enron is suitable for audiences aged 12 and upwards  (Parental discretion is advised. There is some profanity and a brief simulated, but fully clothed sexual act on stage.)

Run Time: Two hours and 40 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

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Opening night: 8 April 2010


4 Nominations
Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre: Music: Adam Cork, Lyrics: Lucy Prebble
Best Lighting Design of a Play: Mark Henderson
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play: Stephen Kunken
Best Sound Design of a Play: Adam Cork.

London Production awards:

Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Best Director for Rupert Goold
Nominated for Best Play
Nominated for Best Actor for Samuel West


What you thought

4 reviews, average rating: (4.3 Stars)

4.5 star rating

A: “Absolutely brilliant!”

Saw this in previews, and couldn't believe just how entertaining it is!... more

Liz Hovey: “Now I get it! Couldn't be more entertained by a lesson”

When the Enron debacle was undfolding, I couldn't grasp what was going... more

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