When you start something from nothing and you achieve it unproportionally, you’re glorious. But throughout the journey if you’re not careful, you leave with nothing.
That’s how Life is right?. In this case we’re talking about figures, cash and options. In the beginning, you have the vitality and the fuel to sustain the entire journey which at some point can become hard to keep it flowing.
That’s what The Lehman Trilogy is all about.
This citation by the The New York Times is a clear description of what’s this play is about:
This genuinely epic production out of London, directed with surging sweep and fine-tooled precision by Sam Mendes, charts the history of the financial institution that would come to be known as Lehman Brothers, from its humble origins to its epical implosion, over a span of three centuries and many generations.
For me, I was wondering what would I miss if I didn’t go and watch a 3h20m play. Instantly I had the appetite to learn more about some important things like humble beginnings, team work, ambition, tragedy and incredible effects.
At the Piccadilly Theatre, the atmosphere is great as a typical West End Theatre and the venue is outstanding.
Buy your tickets here: https://bit.ly/2KAdJvY