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The Testament of Mary is a spectacular Broadway production, the result of a collaboration between director Deborah Warner and actress Fiona Shows. For the first, a new Broadway work has been created, which is written by the renowned author, Colm Toibin. This is a show that The New York Times has praised as ‘beautiful and daring’ with The New York Review of Books dubbing it ‘subversive and ruthless’, praising it for what it calls ‘sensational theatricality’. With so many rave reviews, this is a play to catch live via Testament of Mary tickets.

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Entertainment Weekly has also praised the Testament of Mary by calling it ‘spellbinding and emotional’. And magical this play is, for it is filled with ninety minutes of a story that is breathtaking. This is a play that marks the twenty five years of Fiona Shaw and Deborah Warner working together, since they began work at the Royal Shakespeare Company on Electra in 1988, a production that won the Olivier Awards and London Critics’ Awards. The duo have since then gone on to work on such productions as The Good Person of Sichuan, which won Olivier and London Critics’ Award for the Best Actress. Following this, they worked on Hedda Gabler, which premiered on West End and won the London Critics’ Award for the best Actress and Laurence Olivier Award for Direction and Production.
The duo behind Testament of Mary then worked on Footfalls, which debuted on West End, Richard II, which was staged in Paris and won the French Critics Best Foreign Production, The Waste Land, which has been staged in many cities of the world from Dublin to London to New York and Toronto, winning two Drama Desk Awards and the Best Director Obie Award. Their production Medea won two Evening Standard Awards, two Tony Award nominations and two Obie Awards. Other productions they have worked on include The Powerbook, Readings, Happy Days, Julius Caesar, Dido & Aeneas, Mother Courage & Her Children and Peace Camp, for the London 2012 Olympics.
Fiona Shaw is a famous actress who has performed some of the most iconic roles in theatre, on Broadway, West End and many other great stages of the world. She has performed roles in The Rivals, Philistines, As You Like It, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Mephisto, Hyde Park, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice, The Taming of the Shrew, New Inn, Mary Stuart, Machinal, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Way of the World, Bloody Poetry and The Seagull amongst many more. She has won Tony Awards, Olivier Awards, London Critics’ Awards, Drama Desk Awards, and many more. She has also played roles in some of the most popular movies in the world, including Anna Karenina, The Avengers, the Harry Potter series of movies, The Black Dahlia, The Triumph of Love and The Tree of Life. On TV, she has played roles in such series as Persuasion, Mind Games, Gormenghast, Miss Maple and True Blood.
Colm Toibin is the author of the book behind this play. His novels have been translated into more than thirty languages of the world and have won many awards and honors. This includes the Los Angeles Times Novel of the Year, the Costa Novel of the Year, the American Academy of Arts and letters’ E.M. Foster Prize and more.
He has also won the Irish PEN Award for Literature and has been short–listed twice for the Booker Prize. He has written for The New York Review of Books, Vogue, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair, as well as being a contributing editor to The London Review of Books. Deborah Warner is the director of this play, and she has directed some of the best known productions in theatre, as well as large number of movies and TV productions, starting from when she founded her own theatre company at the age of twenty one. She has directed Measure for Measure, The Tempest, Coriolanus and King lear, amongst more, and has won Best Director Awards from Evening Standard, Laurence Olivier, South Bank Show, London Critics’ and many more. Combine these three and a Broadway production that is a must see live, via Testament of Mary tickets, emerges.