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REVIEW | Salomé | RSC

Director Owen Horsley’s reimagined production of Salomé is wild, clever and groundbreaking. In commemoration of 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, the poetic performance is focused on sexuality and gender – as Salomé is cast as a man, creating immense sexual ambiguity. The story of unrequited lust amplifies intrigue because of the lack of…

INTERVIEW | RSC Director Owen Horsley on the Gender Fluidity of his Production of Salomé

Owen Horsley is directing a contemporary take on Oscar Wilde’s lyrical production of Salomé. The poetic one-act drama is being recreated with sexual ambiguity at the core. Marking 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality, Owen wanted to direct this play was written by Oscar Wilde, in a time where people were imprisoned for being…