Also published by A Younger Theatre
Everything Jamie Lloyd touches seems to turn to gold, the current Midas of the directing world. A long-standing partnership with designer Soutra Gilmour is certainly one of the reasons that his plays are so stylised, so specific, but Lloyd is also able to bring out the humanity in every character – their darker sides shine through as much as their honourable qualities. Guards At The Taj, by Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph, is a play packed with honour, a sense of duty and a desire to follow orders versus a desire to do what’s morally right. Joseph’s script burns with inner conflict and Lloyd is just the man to fan the flames.