Shakespeare and Company’s production of Creditiors has just opened and runs until August 12. This play by August Strindberg is a dark comedy which speaks to the complex relationships between men and women. The play, which was first produced in 1889, has been adapted by David Greig, a Scottish playwright and director who has written many original plays as well as adapting a range of classics.
Strindberg considered Creditors his most mature play and accused Henrik Ibsen of plagiarising the play in his Hedda Gabler. Since Stringberg’s relationships with the various women in his life were complicated, the play is full of surprises. Bob and I interviewed the three cast members a week and a half before the opening while they were still in rehearsal.
Click below to listen to their intriguing insights about the play
Then click on the video interview with the play’s director
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