'Josie Rourke could hardly have applied more headline-grabbing, head-turning panache'DAILY TELEGRAPH
'A funny, smart, analytical play'GUARDIAN
'Fresh and engaging ... Radcliffe is funnier than ever'TIME OUT
Is there really such a thing as privacy anymore?
Following a sold-out run at the Donmar Warehouse, Privacy transfers to New York's Public Theater, reuniting playwright James Graham and director Josie Rourke.
Inspired by the revelations of Edward Snowden and drawing on interviews with journalists, politicians and analysts, Privacy explores our complicated relationship with technology through 'The Writer', who's trying to work out how to like, tag, and share his life without giving it all away.
Donmar New York
222 W 45th St
New York NY 10036
Director Josie Rourke
Scenic Design Lucy Osborne
Costume Design Paul Tazewell
Lighting Design Richard Howell
Sound Design Lindsay Jones
Projection Design Duncan McLean
Original Music Michael Bruce
Research and Digital Associate Harry Davies