The season is in full swing and after the joys of an autumnal outdoors performance, I'm happy to be back inside.
In Dealing with Clair, a modern classic of British theatre, we'll be exploring the power struggles and the exploitations of real estate and patriarchy. Check this out at Théâtre des Capucins.
Next stop: Schauspielhaus Salzburg with Schnitzler's Reigen which will take us through a centenary of love and sex. If you're as excited about as I am, check out Max Ophül's film version to shorten the wait.
Back in Luxembourg, don't miss the reprise of Volleksbühn's De Wolfram Koch ass e Stéck Schaiss in February.
A very exclusive rehearsed reading of the very dark storytelling of Martin McDonagh's Pillowman will take you to the depths of Grand Theatre.
And finally, there will be some very very dark humour at Théâtre National with the one and only Will Eno's The Open House, a family drama of (another) kind.
Summer 2020 is looking real exciting with some Summer theatre projects, but more about that later.
Have a great season.