SynopsisWORLD PREMIERE In a remote castle in the wine-growing region of northern Hungary, a mysterious delegate arrives to persuade a beloved, retired politician to claim the reins of power. Set at the end of World War I, when the nation is on the verge of collapse, Lost Land confronts the ideas of statehood and personal obligation with sharp humor and intrigue.
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Learn more about the "other" main character in Lost Land, Tokaj wine...
Kristóf, the retired government official of Lost Land, is ripped from his serene and secluded life in order to serve Hungary in the final moments of World War I. Playwright Stephen Jeffreys based this fictional character on the historical circumstances of Michael Károlyi...
Ensemble member Tracy Letts answers the Proust Questionnaire while "Being John Malkovich."
Artistic Director Martha Lavey speaks to both the playwright and director of Lost Land while they're both in London.