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Cowbois archiveNo more petticoats! No more men! In a sleepy town in the Wild West, the women drift through their days like tumbleweed. Their husbands, swept up in the goldrush, have been missing for almost a year and show no sign of returning. In fact, the town is almost cut off from outsiders entirely, with only one drunken sheriff for protection. That is until handsome bandit Jack Cannon swaggers up to the town's saloon, looking for a place to hide from the bounty hunters on his tail. Armed with whiskey and a wink, and a gun by their side for good measure, Jack's explosive arrival inspires a gender revolution, and starts a fire under the petticoat of every one of the town's repressed inhabitants.

Creatives/Company

Author: Charlie Josephine

Archive listings for Cowbois

Work type: Play.

T01710639622

Company Royal Shakespeare Company. Director Charlie Josephine. Director Sean Holmes. Design Grace Smart. Lighting Simeon Miller. Music Jim Fortune. Sound Mwen. Director Jennifer Jackson (movement). Director Bethan Clark (fights / intimacy). DramaturgRebecca Latham. Musical Director Gemma Storr. Director Prime Isaac (assistant). Director Martin Poile (casting). Director Charlie Metcalf (children's casting). Performer Bridgette Amofah (Mary). Performer Lee Braithwaite (Lucy / Lou). Performer Shaun Dingwall (Frank / Tommy). Performer Michael Elcock (George). Performer Colm Gormley (John). Performer Vinnie Heaven (Jack). Performer Paul Hunter (Sheriff Roger Jones). Performer Lucy McCormick (Jayne). Performer Sophie Melville (Miss Lillian). Performer Julian Moore-Cook (James). Performer Emma Pallant (Sally Ann). Performer LJ Parkinson (Charley Parkhurst).
11 Jan 24 to 10 Feb 24Royal Court - Jerwood Theatre, West End :: V411
listing details L132801082
14 Oct 23 to 18 Nov 23Swan Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon :: V136
listing details L1523117548

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