Event Mrs Affleck - by Samuel Adamson from Henrik Ibsen’s Little Eyolf
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DescriptionPreviews 20-26 January.
VenueCottesloe Theatre, Stage Door Avenue, London, England
First Date20th January 2009
Opening Night27th January 2009
Last Date29th April 2009
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre
Organisations
Contributors
SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Altin, JosefJosef AltinActorFlea
Altin, JosefJosef AltinActorJonathan Mortimer
Atkinson, CassieCassie AtkinsonActorWaitress
Brown, OmarOmar BrownActorGeorge Constantine
Field, AlfieAlfie FieldActorOliver Affleck
Frederick, NaomiNaomi FrederickActorAudrey Affleck
Gray, ReneRene GrayActorGeorge Constantine
Nelson, WesleyWesley NelsonActorOliver Affleck
Niles, SarahSarah NilesActorSophia Constantine
Skinner, ClaireClaire SkinnerActorMrs. Rita AllmersRita Affleck
Wright, AngusAngus WrightActorAlfred AllmersAlfred Affleck
Adamson, SamuelSamuel AdamsonAdaptation
Elliott , MarianneMarianne ElliottAssistant Director
Warbeck, StephenStephen WarbeckComposer
Christie, BunnyBunny ChristieCostume Designer
Christie, BunnyBunny ChristieDesigner
Elliott , MarianneMarianne ElliottDirector
Austin, NeilNeil AustinLighting Designer
Cooper, NicholasNicholas CooperMusical Director
Allen, ChrisChris AllenMusicianCello
Cooper, NicholasNicholas CooperMusicianCello
Millett, RobertRobert MillettMusicianPercussion
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Shutt, ChristopherChristopher ShuttSound Designer
Works
Production NationalityUnited Kingdom
Performance languageEnglish
Further InformationNumber of performances: 61. About the play (source: http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/): After six lonely weeks with nobody but her crippled little boy for company, Rita Affleck, wealthy, beautiful and consumed by jealous love, welcomes home her husband Alfred. But, far from the passionate reunion she so craves, there is only torment as Alfred’s possessive half-sister arrives, and he announces his great revelation. Marianne Elliott directs Claire Skinner in the title role of Samuel Adamson’s new play which takes Ibsen’s Little Eyolf as the inspiration for a passionate and tragic tale of obsessive love, set in 1950s England.
Event Identifier91888