The director Josie Rourke produced a Shakespearean tragedy, simple in a Spartan way, about a stern warrior who could not stand the test of fame and politics in the same emphatically laconic way. The small stage of the Donmar Warehouse is closely surrounded by spectators on three sides; several chairs, red paint on the floor and graffiti on the walls, brutal costumes, both a nod to Roman history and our times. In a world where battles turn into politics, and politics gives rise to new wars, Coriolanus has to go his way from the hero of the crowd to the outcast, to whom yesterday's fans shout "death!" ... The Evening Standard Theater Award for Best Actor. Nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor.


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