The Sun Also Rises performed by New York's Elevator Repair Service

World premiere adaptation of Ernest Hemingway's novel

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This article is from 2010.

The Sun Also Rises performed by New York's Elevator Repair Service

The Edinburgh International Festival’s theatre programme kicks off with this world premiere adaptation of Ernest Hemingway’s first major novel by acclaimed New York ensemble Elevator Repair Service. The company apply their trademark stylised bullfighting, striking sound design and choreography to Hemingway’s story of American and British ex-pats in the Europe of the 1920s.

Royal Lyceum Theatre, 473 2000, 14–16 Aug, 8pm (Sun mat 11am) & 17 Aug, 2pm, £10–£27.

This article is from 2010.

The Sun Also Rises (The Select)

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In this world premiere staging from acclaimed New York ensemble Elevator Repair Service, Hemingway’s first major novel follows a group of weary, aimless and frequently inebriated American expatriates searching for identity, redemption and diversion in Europe. Audio described performance Monday 16 August 7.30pm. Supported…

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