“The 47th” is a really relevant play that explores the political landscape of 2024 America as the country goes to the polls. But is it any good?
The world premiere, directed by Rupert Goold, is a chaotic glimpse into the underbelly of the next presidential race. The writing by Mike Bartlett is viciously funny and provides a thought-provoking commentary on the state of American democracy. The play is a must-see for those interested in politics and the impact it has on society. With a talented director and cast (Bertie Carvel as Donald Trump, Tamara Tunie as Kamala Harris, and Lydia Wilson as Ivanka Trump), as well as a well-written script, “The 47th” is a powerful production that will leave you with much to reflect on. Overall, if you’re looking for a fast-paced and entertaining look at the American political landscape, “The 47th” is not to be missed!
Our rating: 3/5