A cavalcade of English life from New Year’s Eve 1899 until 1930 seen through the eyes of well-to-do Londoners, the Marryot family, a quintessential British family, and their servants, the Bridges. Coward’s epic play shows us the dramatically changing world set against major historical events of the period, including the Boer War; the death of Queen Victoria; the sinking of the Titanic; and World War I and its aftermath. Coward’s sprawling and poignant portrait of a rapidly changing world.
By Noël Coward
Directed by James Simon*
Set and Costume Design by Brandon Kleiman
Lighting Design by Siobhan Sleath
Stage Managed by Debbie Read*
Gabriella Albino, Caroline Bell, Michael Boyce, Justine Christensen, Emily Cully, Genevieve DeGraves, Seamus Dillon-Easton, Kayla Farris, Jocelyn Feltham, Kyrah Harder, Patrick Horan, Chase Jeffels, Parmida Kakavand, Evan MacKenzie, Cora Matheson, Tymika McKenzie-Clunis, Lucy Meanwell, Thomas Nyhuus, Lucas Penner, Michael Ricci, Jake Runeckles, Lillian Scriven, Morgan St. Onge
*George Brown Theatre engages directors and stage managers through Canadian Actors’ Equity Association’s Dance.Opera.Theatre Policy (DOT).
NC Aventales, AGG, 1931. Copyright agent: Alan Brodie Representation Ltd. www.alanbrodie.com
Tickets: $8 - $20 (price includes all fees and taxes)
Saturday, November 12, 2016 1:30PM
Tank House Theatre
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