Crossed Lines

An Evening of One Act Plays

by Various Authors

12 - 16 July 2016

Three plays for a summer's evening, exploring misunderstandings and reconciliation in a range of relationships.


To Have and To Hold by Lorraine Forrest-Turner

Director: Vic Carr

Assistant Director: Jerome Foley

Organising a family funeral is difficult and past differences are re-ignited in the emotional fallout. The deliberate misunderstandings between a mother and daughter are reconciled through a new version of family history remembered by the aunt.


Bottles with Baskets On by Mike Tibbetts

Director: Claire Hale

On the eve of the wedding, the groom-to-be arrives with a raffia-covered bottle of wine for his prospective father in law. As the wine flows, surprising family secrets are revealed.


Lifelines by Amy Rosenthal

Director: Craig Russell

When Robert misdials, Annie is ready to hang up on what she thinks is a nuisance caller interrupting her indulgent sobbing. This accidental telephone call is the start of a distant, yet significant telephonic relationship. Both Robert and Annie are plagued by love troubles and enjoy the opportunity to let off steam, take a few tips and perhaps begin again.


Production manager: Rob Dixon


CAST

To Have and to Hold

Margaret Barbara Seymour

Susan Dawn Cochrane

Lilian Michelene Harris

Bottles with Baskets On

Nicola Anna Hodkin

Sheila Lynn Burges

David Tim Farrow

Lifelines

Robert Adrian Bacon

Annie Ellie Ball


CREW

Stage Manager Isi Dixon

Set Design Ali Bakewell

Set Construction Lead Andy Bakewell

Lighting Design Jerome Foley

Sound Design Ritchie Sharpe

Lighting Operator Claire Starr

Sound Operator Annie Haley and Simon Charvet

ASM Linda M Stafford

ASM Sue Scrimshaw

Props Candice Rush

Costumes Emily Girton

Front of House Jerome Foley

Poster Design Craig Russell



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