Theatre Review: Saint George and The Dragon @ National Theatre
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Saint George and the Dragon is the latest piece of work from Rory Mullarkey, under the direction of Lyndsey Turner. The play is a parable of human susceptibility for order and system, which built from human constructs has the somewhat inevitable potential to swallow up the thing that created it in the first place. St George and the Dragon is a re-imagining of the original myth, and sees ‘George’ attempting to save humanity from the ‘dragon’ which manifests itself across the time in various guises, from a literal dragon to economical ideology.
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