Jeff is the doorman or 'security officer as he prefers to be known. He's a laid back, wisecracking guy who always tries to do the right thing but usually ends up getting it wrong. When he is attracted to Dawn and gets in-between her and her macho police partner, then becomes embroiled in the family problems of his security captain, it seems that his incompetent honesty is going to lose him everything.
Première Preview: mercredi 26 juin 2002Première: lundi 01 juillet 2002Dernière: samedi 10 août 2002
DAVID BENEDICT for THE OBSERVER says, "Terrific production. "
CHARLES SPENCER for DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Outstanding new play."
NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Mark Brokaw's beautifully judged production hits all its comic targets."
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "A play to relish, a young American author to watch."
KATE BASSETT for THE INDEPENDENT says, "Mature, politically engaged play, developing into a heated ethical debate."
MCHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "Well paced production."
Peter Hepple for THE STAGE says, "Extraordinarily absorbing play."
Transfert du Donmar Warhouse…
LOBBY HERO celebrates Lonergan's perceptive characterisation and innate understanding of human weakness. The original US director Mark Brokaw (of award-winning productions such as THIS IS OUR YOUTH, HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE, AS BEES IN HONEY DROWN) will direct a British based cast.
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