Natura Morte World renowned dance company Derevo unites with St Peterburg theatre mavericks Akhe to create a spectacular premiere, which takes over every inch of the Arches. Arches, Glasgow, Tue 10–Sat 14 Nov.
Othello Guy Hollands directs this production of the Bard’s classic tragedy, with actor of the moment Andrew Clark as the villainous Iago. Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, until Sat 7 Nov.
Topdog / Underdog Scottish premiere of Suzan Lori-Parks’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play about two brothers’ fight for survival on the street. Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, until Sat 7 Nov.
Mark Morris Dance Group The veteran choreographer makes a welcome return to Edinburgh with works choreographed in 1992, 1993 and 2007. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Fri 6 & Sat 7 Nov.
Autobahn The first production from Kenny Miller and Mary McLuskey’s Theatre Jezebel is a Neil LaBute-penned cycle of plays set in the front seat of a car. Tron Theatre, Glasgow, Tue 10–Sat 14 Nov.
Richard Alston Dance Company Alston celebrates the centenary of Sergei Diaghilev’s Ballet Russes by taking on Petrushka. Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Tue 10 Nov.
Richard Alston celebrates 50 years of making dance, with a programme full of his trademark lyrical choreography. The evening centres around Mid Century Modern, a journey through each decade of Alston’s career, featuring sections from Nowhere Slowly (1970), Rainbow Bandit (1977), Dutiful Ducks (1982) and Proverb (2006).
From the deeply moving to the highly irreverent, Mark Morris' work is always surprising and stimulating, incorporating the music entirely into the movement of the dancers' bodies. With music composed by Lou Harrison, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Samuel Barber.