THE ROYAL COURT THEATRE starts its annual season of new writing with Kathryn Hunter's The Glory of Living. Amongst the sprawling trailer parks of America's southern states, the play focusses on Lisa and Clint who get their kicks through a variety of twisted and increasingly dangerous means. But they find their lifestyle under threat as the forces of righteousness close in around them. Rebecca Gilman makes her British stage debut in this new production directed by Kathryn Hunter.
Royal Court Theatre West Street, London WC2 (0171-565 5000) opens 19 Jan
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