Wednesday, 26 September 2012
Theatre review: Donny's Brain
Anna Ledwich gives the play a nicely steady, measured production on Andrew D Edwards' traverse stage - a coldly clinical space to tell a story that could, on the surface, be the plot of a romantic comedy. This reflects one of the central issues, the conflict between the very real but intangible nature of emotions and relationships that we feel define us, but which science can break down to a series of electrical impulses in the brain that can be seen on a monitor.
Donny's Brain by Rona Munro is booking until the 20th of October at Hampstead Theatre's Michael Frayn Space.
Running time: 1 hour 30 minutes straight through.