Moe & Jack Rouse and Randolph Wadsworth present

Pressure

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Moe & Jack Rouse and Randolph Wadsworth present

Pressure

By David Haig
Directed by Blake Robison

JAN. 23 - FEB. 20, 2021
Marx Theatre

Dates subject to change.

About

D-Day. June 1944.
A group of Allied military personnel gather in England to discuss the biggest invasion ever known. Everything is in place, but one critical question remains: Will the weather be on their side? This gripping thriller finds two meteorologists going head-to-head to accurately read the forecast for the invasion and present their findings to Allied Supreme Commander General Eisenhower. American celebrity weatherman Colonel Krick predicts sunshine, while Scottish meteorologist Dr. James Stagg sees a storm. The world watches and waits as the fates of thousands of men come down to a crucial choice. This extraordinary true story makes its U.S. premiere at the Playhouse after playing a critically acclaimed run in London’s West End.

“Strong, richly satisfying play.” — The Independent
“Well-crafted drama.” — The Guardian
★★★★★ — The Telegraph

A U.S. Premiere Play


Photo by Tony Arrasmith/Arrasmith & Associates.

 
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