REVIEW: The Autumn Garden, Jermyn Street Theatre ✭✭✭✭

The Autumn Garden at Jermyn Street Theatre

Despite this, there are quality performances on offer and an intriguing plot. The gradual descent of Nick from hero to scoundrel in Constance’s estimations is very well done. This may well be Hellman’s best play, and it’s an excellent work of its time and kind, but a little refinement would not go amiss.

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