A Theatre Legacy Prepared For The Future?

“The Royal Court has arguably been the engine that has driven British theatre for the past 50 years, a contention more widely recognised abroad than at home. Living dramatists, you might think, have never had it so good. Yet there is a strong opposition that argues that the future lies elsewhere – that young audiences are bored with text-based plays, and crave group-devised work, visual and physical theatre, and site-specific experiments.”