Why See A Clockwork Orange?
Oh My Brothers
A blistering adaptation of Anthony Burgess' classic, A Clockwork Orange arrives Off-Broadway after an acclaimed run at London's Park Theatre. Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones, this all-male staging injects a homoerotic edge into Burgess' dystopic, ultra-violent world, and wraps the action around bludgeoning fight choreography and an eclectic soundtrack, featuring everything from Placebo to (of course) Beethoven.
Jonno Davies (Shakespeare in Love) makes his New York stage debut in the lead role of Alex DeLarge, reprising his performances from the London run.
What is A Clockwork Orange About?
Set in a nightmarish, totalitarian future Britain, the story centers on Alex DeLarge, a psychotic teen who has a taste for ultra-violence. He's the leader of a gang who roam the streets, robbing, fighting and raping as they please, their acts fuelled by the narcotic milk drink Moloko Plus. After one of their brutal escapades goes awry, Alex finds himself in prison, where he becomes the subject of an experimental new psychological treatment, which seeks to eradicate his thirst for violence.
Previews from: 2 September 2017
Opening night: 25 September 2017
May be inappropriate for 14 and under
90 minutes, no intermission
And before you stop reading
Images are taken from the London Park Theatre production
Cast and Creative
Jonno Davies as Alex De-Large
Sean Patrick Higgins as Dim
Matt Doyle as George
Brian Lee Huynh as Frank/Dr. Brodsky
Timothy Sekk as Chaplain/Deltoid
Aleksander Varadian as Marty/Warder
Ashley Robinson as Minister/Old Woman
Jimmy Brooks as F-Me Pumps/Governor
Misha Osherovich as Pete
Written by Anthony Burgess
Directed by Alexandra Spencer-Jones
Lighting Designed by James Baggaley
Sound Designed by Emma Wilk
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