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Therese Raquin archive19th Century Paris. Behind the counter of a small dusty haberdasher's shop near the Seine in the dank, narrow Passage du Pont Neuf, sit Madame Raquin and her beautiful niece Therese whom she has married off to her sickly son Camille in a loveless match. While he is out working, Therese serves in the shop and the monotony is only broken on Thursday nights, when Madame plays dominoes with a strange assortment of old friends. On one such Thursday, Camille brings a childhood friend to the party - the bluff and attractive Laurent. He inspires such an incredibly powerful passion in Therese that she abandons all her inhibitions and her loyalties. This brutal and overwhelming passion overturns all their lives and has results nobody could have foreseen.

Music Craig Adams. Music Craig Adams. Book by Nona Shepphard (based on the novel by Emile Zola). Lyrics Nona Shepphard.

Archive listings for Therese Raquin

Work type: Musical.


Performance Length: approx: 2 and a half hours with one interval.Company Theatre Bench (in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Nona Shepphard. Music Craig Adams (orchestration). Design Laura Cordery. Lighting Neil Fraser. Performer Julie Atherton (Therese Raquin). Performer Lila Clements (Suzanne). Performer Claire Greenway (River Woman). Performer Tara Hugo (Madame). Performer Ellie Kirk (River Woman). Performer Jeremy Legat (Camille). Performer Ben Lewis (Laurent). Performer Gary Tushaw (Grivet). Performer Verity Quade (River Woman). Performer Matt Wilman (Oarsman).
30 Jul 14 to 24 Aug 14Park Theatre, Inner London :: V691990888
listing details L2083805312
25 Mar 14 to 19 Apr 14Finborough, Inner London :: V199
listing details L0423557345


Director Nona Shepphard.
19 Nov 12Finborough, Inner London :: V199
listing details L1573122313

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