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Archive listings for Danger: Memory!
Work type: Play
|Where do your memories go...? Performed in London for the first time in over twenty years, this double-bill of one-act plays by one of the world's greatest playwrights is part of Jermyn Street Theatre's season of exciting revivals. In I Can't Remember Anything, an elderly couple share their memories of life, love and laughter, while finding it increasingly difficult to agree on anything. Clara is a detective story sparked by the murder of a young woman in the roughest part of New York. Her father is the chief suspect. Danger: Memory! holds a powerful emotional charge which reaches out through its characters and stories to make us question the very basis of our humanity: what will you remember?Producer Kevin Cattell (for Blue Brook Produtions in association with Jermyn Street Theatre). Director Ed Viney. Design Anna Finch. Music Richard Sisson. Lighting Phil Hewitt. Sound Phil Hewitt. Performer David Burke (Leo). Performer Anna Calder-Marshall (Leonora). Performer Adrian Grove (Tierney). Performer Laura Pyper (Clara). Performer Rolf Saxon (Kroll). Performer Roger Sloman (Fine). |
|28 Jun 11 to 23 Jul 11||Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207|
listing details L343583561
|4 Oct 16 to 15 Oct 16||Theatro Technis, Inner London :: V248|
listing details L01053912584
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