Playwright and LGBT+ activist Larry Kramer’s 1980s play has been rebooted for the modern stage. Its ambiguity remains, as does its existential point: time wasted is death. Here, THE FACE meets director Dominic Cooke and various cast members.
In 2018, Delvey’s faux-heiress story had the world hooked, scamming her way through New York City’s elite and landing herself in jail. Now, writer Joseph Charlton has turned it into the play of the moment.
From London’s West End to the Antebellum South, the Olivier-winning actress takes every challenge in her stride. Currently wowing audiences in the year’s most vital TV series, the Anglo-Ugandan star isn’t slowing down.