From screen to stage and back againIf international theater has an it boy, it’s the Belgium-born, Netherlands-based Ivo van Hove, whose stripped-down, extremely physical productions of Ingmar Bergman, Henrik Ibsen and in particular Arthur Miller have thrilled audiences from Europe to New York.Starring Jude Law and Halina Reijn, the show, based both on the eponymous Luchino Visconti film and on “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” follows a trysting couple who decide to off the lady’s husband.
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