Category Archives: An Oak Tree

An Oak tree in Germany

In October/November Tim directed a German language production of An Oak Tree at the Schauspiel Frankfurt. The play is in repertory there for the foreseeable future. The Hypnotist is played by Sebastian Reiß – who is amazing.

An Oak Tree in London: 13 May 2018

A very rare opportunity to catch Tim’s seminal play – in the round. For one performance only, at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond. Book here.

Twitter on An Oak Tree, Traverse Theatre run, Edinburgh Festival 2015

An Oak Tree has just finished an almost sold-out run at Edinburgh Fringe, with the part of Andy being played by Ewan Bremner, Jamie Michie, Aoife Duffin, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Caitríona Ní Mhurchú, Gary McNair, Lucy Ellinson, Ned Dennehy and Simon McBurney. Here’s a round up of what the audience said about it on Twitter: [View the […]

Twitter on An Oak Tree, National Theatre, 2015

Here are some of the highlights of the audience Twitter feedback from the tenth anniversary production of An Oak Tree at the National Theatre. There are still chances to catch this limited run at the Traverse Theatre during the Edinburgh Fringe, and at Bristol Old Vic and Warwick Arts Centre in the autumn. See the […]

An Oak Tree, London 2015: Reviews

An Oak Tree has enjoyed an amazing run at the National Theatre Temporary Space. Feedback from critics, audiences and second actors has been overwhelming. Here are some of the press and blog reviews: Caryl Churchill described Tim Crouch’s two-hander as “a play about theatre, a magic trick, a laugh and a vivid experience of grief, […]