Fallen Angels (September 23 – October 9, 2004)

A Comedy by Noel Coward An evening of sheer entertainment! This is the Noel Coward of the 1930s at his inimitable best – gay, debonair, infinitely sophisticated! This style won him international reputation as the most successful purvery of high comedy in the present day theatre. The story is a frothy nothing, but Coward’s treatment of it is a continuously … Continue reading

All My Sons (December 2-18, 2004)

A Drama by Arthur Miller Winner of the Drama Critics’ Award for the best new American play of the season During World War II, Joe Keller and Herbert Deever ran a machine shop which sold aeroplane parts. Deever was sent to prison because the firm turned out defective parts, causing the deaths of many men. Keller went free and made … Continue reading

A Flea In Her Ear (January 27 – February 12, 2005)

A Farce by George Feydeau, translated by John Mortimer One of the funniest plays ever written! Things begin to go awry when Victor Emmanuel Chandebise, a middle-class insurance salesman, becomes impotent, leading his wife, Raymonde, to assume that he has taken a mistress. To test his fidelity, she has her friend Lucille write an anonymous letter to Victor claiming to be … Continue reading

The Lion In Winter (March 24 – April 9, 2005)

A Drama by James Goldman A modern dress version of the perennial favourite! Henry II of England has had three sons by Eleanor of Aquitane – Richard, Geoffrey and John. He wants to keep the kingdom together after his death, but since all three want to rule, it is likely to be torn apart by revolution. Divorced wife Eleanor is … Continue reading

The Lark (May 19 – June 4, 2005)

A Drama by Jean Anouilh, adapted by Lillian Hellman A picture of a moment that is immortal in history! This visually stunning play about Joan of Arc tells this simple girl’s story from two points of view. One of them is how we now look at this tale as a piece of history, knowledgeable of how Joan’s blundering captors unwittingly … Continue reading