By Alexander Pushkin
Adapted by Duncan Macmillan
Drama based on one of Russia's best loved poems, and the life of the man who wrote it. Pushkin's wife tries desperately to stop her husband fighting his duel, while Tatiana races to stop Onegin and Lensky fighting theirs.
Directed by Abigail le Fleming
About the adapter
Duncan Macmillan is an award winning writer and director. Former Writer in Residence at Paines
Plough and the Royal Exchange Theatre, he has written extensively for theatre in addition to
working in radio and television.
Duncan is currently writing new plays for the National Theatre, Soho Theatre, Paines
Plough and BBC Radio and is adapting George Orwell's 1984 with director Rob Icke for
|Tatiana||Alix Wilton Regan|
|Director||Abigail le Fleming|