An adaptation of Luigi Pirandello's play by Ali Bakewell
Because the show must go on-line
DETAILS and BOOKING
12th, 13th, 14th November at 7.30pm
It will be streamed live online, via zoom and YouTube, with captions.
WBDS are pleased to offer the tickets for free although we would be delighted if you made a donation to actingforothers.co.uk to support those in the industry who are struggling during these difficult times. Book the number of seats you require and a link to the live stream will be sent 24 hours before the show together with an e programme.
There will be the opportunity to see captions for deaf / hard of hearing audience members for these three performances. An audio described version of the show will be available via our website WBDS.co.uk later.
There will be a curated Q&A session after the Saturday night performance that audience members from any performance may join. A separate link will be sent to a zoom meeting for you to join, along with instructions on how to submit your questions.
Save the date in your diary.
Some actors and a director meet to rehearse a play with the stage manager facilitating when six characters turn up out of the blue. The characters are stuck in the Edwardian era in which they were created. They want to tell their story as their play was never written.
The director is persuaded to let them perform their story and there is a lot of banter with the actors telling them how to perform it better and the characters claiming only they know the real “truth” of the story. As the characters’ story unfolds we are led down a very dark and uncomfortable path.
Director Barbara Seymour
Stage Manager Calum Sharp
Actor 1 Lesley Flounders
Actor 2 Tim Farrow
Actor 3 Rachel Ross
Father Richard Young
Mother Jacky Tivers
Stepdaughter Savannah Dixon
Son Dom Gaskell
Assistant Director Margarita Papadopoulou
Backdrop Artist Annie Haley
Sound Design Arran Mackay
Props and Puppets Jan Dizon
Costumes Michelene Harris
Rehearsal Prompt Sue Scrimshaw
Box office - Jacky Tivers
Technical FoH Manager
Marketing and Publicity Rob Dixon
Poster Martyn Parker-Eames
See below some information from the Director and some of the cast in two short videos: