Posted by scadmin On October - 25 - 2006

Tom Stoppard

Rehearsals are in full swing on what promises to be a very funny production.

In “After Magritte” (directed by Paul Hannon) the notion of identity is wrapped up in memory, in how each individual interprets past events in his or her own fashion. After Magritte echoes the purposely empty plot machinations and seemingly directionless “action” favoured by Eugene Ionesco. As the play opens a half naked Reginald Harris stands on a table unscrewing a light bulb while his wife Thelma searches the floor for .22 calibre slugs.

“The Real Inspector Hound” (directed by Daniel Toyne) “…a comedy satire of high and delighted quality, and great fun. Even though you may admire mysteries or, what is more unlikely, drama critics, you can appreciate it’s fast, continuous, and extremely funny.” New York Post


A Stoppard Doule Bill

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