Why See Oslo?
Tony Winner For Best Play
In 1993, Israel and Palestine signed the Oslo I Accord, beginning an historic peace process between the two countries. The agreement was the result of many months of intense negotiations which took place in Norway's capital, and were mediated by two Norwegian diplomats, who kept the meetings on track with a mixture of political guile and emotional generosity.
Extensively researched, Oslo brings these secret talks to life, while crafting a twisty thriller in the process. Written by J.T. Rogers, Oslo premiered on Broadway in 2017, and was a hit with audiences and critics alike, picking up two Tony Awards. This ACT production is directed by John Langs.
Opening night: 12 October 2018
Contains strong language and adult themes
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