Featuring an original score by London College of Music composition students, Enron (Lucy Prebble) follows a group of flawed men and women in a narrative of greed and loss set around the 1990s financial chaos. The play mixes classical tragedy with savage comedy and surreal metaphor. Performed by the LCM final year BA Acting students and directed by Paul Harvard.
Bettina John’s starting point for the stage design was the play’s form – a slick and fast pace, slightly surreal but very modern and current piece of writing, which is reflected in an abstract world of white archive boxes, that functions as a projection surface.
Assistants Noemie Laffargue and Megan Stilwell