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About Complicit

The Old Vic presents the world premiere of Complicit.
 
Richard Dreyfuss
Elizabeth McGovern
David Suchet
 
By Joe Sutton
Directed by Kevin Spacey
 
7 January - 21 February
 
There's a hard road; there's an easy road - which would you take?

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ben Kritzer (Richard Dreyfuss) finds himself in front of a Grand Jury, faced with his own choice.
 
Artistic Director Kevin Spacey returns to The Old Vic stage to direct the world premiere of Joe Sutton's new play, a thrilling examination of our current political climate. As liberties are stripped away, can you ever know what is being perpetrated in your name?
 
Playwright Joe Sutton has gained a reputation for provocative, contemporary and topical work. His previous credits include Voir Dire (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and the Best Play Award of the American Theatre Critics Association), and most recently Restoring the Sun, Guns 'n' Ammo and The Winner.
 
Academy Award-winner, Richard Dreyfuss' career spans theatre, film and television. His extensive film credits include W, Mr Holland's Opus, What About Bob?, Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. His stage credits include the Broadway productions of Death and The Maiden and Sly Fox, and in the West End The Prisoner of Second Avenue.
 
Elizabeth McGovern has worked extensively in theatre, film and television. Her film credits include Ordinary People, Ragtime and Once Upon a Time In America and more recently Buffalo Soldiers and House of Mirth. Her stage credits include Hurlyburly at The Old Vic and Richard Greenberg's Three Days of Rain at the Donmar Warehouse.
 
Multiple award winner David Suchet is best known for the title role in Agatha Christie's Poirot and more recently Maxwell. He has worked extensively in theatre and his stage credits include Amadeus at The Old Vic and on Broadway and most recently Once In a Lifetime at the National Theatre and The Last Confession at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.