The Lyceum Theatre’s first production of 2009, running from 16 January – 14 February, will be Arthur Miller’s The Man Who Had all the Luck.
The play centres upon David Beeves, who is seemingly immune to disaster and wonders when his luck will run out. His good fortune seems to highlight the tragedies of those around him as he tries desperately to find justification for his successes. David’s futile quest for a validation of his identity results in a deepening paranoia that questions the existence of God and meaning of life.
Full details are up now on the Lyceum website.
Photo copyright Douglas MacBride.
Updated 18 January: Review of The Man Who Had All the Luck