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Go and see The Inheritance. This is one of the decade's most important masterpieces.

Kitty at London-Theaterland.co.uk

Why See The Inheritance?

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Broadway Premiere

Matthew Lopez's stunning two-part masterpiece finally makes its Broadway debut this winter at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre. A modern reimagining of E.M Forster's Howard's End, it follows three generations of gay men as they search for community and connection against the tumult of the AIDs crisis and social and political change. Highly acclaimed on its West End debut in 2018, it took home the Olivier Award for Best New Play, Best Director, Best Lighting and Best Actor.

Stephen Daldry returns to direct the production, alongside designer Bob Crowley. Kyle Soller, Andrew Burnap, John Benjamin Hickey, Samuel H, Levine, and Paul Hilton return to reprise their roles, alongside an all new cast.

With both parts running over three hours you can choose to see the production in one day or over consecutive evenings.

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It was 1983 when the specter of AIDS reared its head in New York's flourishing gay scene, causing worldwide panic and mistrust towards gay men. Now a whole generation has passed after the countless deaths caused by the cruel disease; Lopez's poignant and profound drama examines the legacy of gay men today in New York, where reminders of the epidemic are still all-too-real. We're introduced to a cast of characters whose lives, love and hopes intwine as Lopez pitches us between past and present, illustrating the gay experience of the last 40 years with deft detail, wit, and passion.

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Dates

Previews from: 27 September 2019

Opening night: 17 November 2019

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Images taken from the London Production

Cast and Creative

Cast

Andrew Burnap as Toby Darling
John Benjamin Hickey as Henry Wilcox
Paul Hilton as Morgan/Walter
Samuel H. Levine as Adam/Leo
Kyle Soller as Eric Glass
Jordan Barbour as Tristan
Jonathan Burke as Agent
Darryl Gene Daughtry Jr. as Jason No. 1
Dylan Frederick as Young Walter
Kyle Harris as Jasper
Carson McCalley as Young Henry
Arturo Luis Soria as Jason No. 2
Lois Smith as Margaret

Understudies: Mark H. Dold, Kate Goehring, Sam Lilja, Jade Odmark, Matthew Russell, Bradley James Tejeda and Reggie d. White.

Creative

Written by Matthew Lopez
Directed by Stephen Daldry
Design by Bob Crowley

What we thought

life Changing THEATRE

Lopez employs charm and intellect to create a true fiction

From our sister site London-Theatreland.co.uk: Like my feelings post seeing all seven hours of The Inheritance this week, it is difficult to know where to begin

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