D. H. Lawrence’s The Daughter-in-Law opened Off-Broadway at Mint Theater Company February 22 after beginning previews February 8.
Read what critics thought of the staging in the reviews below.
Playbill will continue to update this list as reviews are published.
Mint, known for its mission of excavating long-forgotten works, originally produced The Daughter-in-Law in 2003. Lawrence's 1913 story of a marriage strained by class conflict during the 1912 coal strike in Nottinghamshire was never produced in his lifetime. The play first appeared in print in a 1965 complete edition of his plays. The world premiere stage production followed three years later at The Royal Court.
The production also has sets by Bill Clarke, costumes by Holly Poe Durbin, lighting by Jeff Nellis, dialect coaching by Amy Stoller, sound by Lindsay Jones, and casting by Stephanie Klapper.