Written on the Heart is a moving production by the new RSC artistic director

Written on the Heart is a new production that is coming to the West End and it has been written by David Edgar. It is a very intelligent production and is his first piece of work that has been produced after it was announced that he was to become the Royal Shakespeare Company’s artistic director.

The play by Edgar takes place in London and it tells the story of the religious figures who come together to decide on the version of the Bible that they want to publish. During this they are supervised by the Bishop of Ely who is a famous historical character and was known for being a tortured soul.

The story also tells about a version of the Bible that was outlawed and created by William Tyndale. Tyndale is played by Stephen Boxer and he does a remarkable job in the role. In the story he is about to be executed for what is seen as heresy and the audience will definitely feel empathy for the character.

This production is definitely more lucid previous performances and there are some very intense scenes which are very nicely transposed. The audience will probably find themselves quite emotionally moved by this mysterious production and they probably won’t exactly know why. In many ways it is quite a touching production and it is easy to get emotionally invested with the characters.

This production isn’t all about clerics however and it does have an amount of musical elegance. It is interesting to see the Duke of York characterised in the production. There are some characters in the production that are particularly entertaining such as the house maid of the naughty priest. Written on the Heart is a new production that is coming to the West End and it has been written by David Edgar. It is a very intelligent production and is his first piece of work that has been produced after it was announced that he was to become the Royal Shakespeare Company’s artistic director.

The play by Edgar takes place in London and it tells the story of the religious figures who come together to decide on the version of the Bible that they want to publish. During this they are supervised by the Bishop of Ely who is a famous historical character and was known for being a tortured soul.

The story also tells about a version of the Bible that was outlawed and created by William Tyndale. Tyndale is played by Stephen Boxer and he does a remarkable job in the role. In the story he is about to be executed for what is seen as heresy and the audience will definitely feel empathy for the character.

This production is definitely more lucid previous performances and there are some very intense scenes which are very nicely transposed. The audience will probably find themselves quite emotionally moved by this mysterious production and they probably won’t exactly know why. In many ways it is quite a touching production and it is easy to get emotionally invested with the characters.

This production isn’t all about clerics however and it does have an amount of musical elegance. It is interesting to see the Duke of York characterised in the production. There are some characters in the production that are particularly entertaining such as the house maid of the naughty priest.