Matthew Lopez’s critically acclaimed play, The Inheritance, is taking its talent to the Noël Coward Theatre in London’s historic West End starting on 21 September 2018! The play enjoyed a long sold-out run at the Young Vic Theatre, where several actors made names for themselves and crowd went wild for the performance.
The Inheritance takes place in New York City. It follows a group of young gay men trying to connect with the past, as they are of a generation that didn’t experience the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 80s and 90s. This touching play is based on the novel Howards End by E.M. Forster, and with direction by Stephen Daldry, this is sure to be a worthwhile production.
The Inheritance is a two-part play, with the entire production lasting 6 hours and 35 minutes, so you are given the option to see the parts on separate weeknights or in the same day if you attend on Wednesday or Saturday. The play stars Hugo Bolton, Robert Boulter, and Andrew Burnap among others, and if the performance is anything like the Young Vic one, it will be a blockbuster at the Noël Coward Theatre.
We are very excited to see this come to London’s West End, as is it not only a revolutionary production, but also a story that can touch even the most stoic of viewers. September is coming up, but you can book your tickets now, so give it a shot if you want to witness a beautiful story: www.inheritanceplay.com