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It's Robert's 30th birthday. He seems to have everything: good looks, charm and a great sense of humour, and yet he is single. In Company, he watches the lives of his friends; five very different New York couples, and reflects on the joys and pitfalls of relationships. Presented in a series of vignettes through Robert's eyes, we see in their lives the less than ideal aspects of marriage...and yet there must be some reason why they stay together. A huge success when first performed in 1970, this show will make you laugh all evening and stay up thinking about it all night afterwards.Performers Michael Cahill (Peter), Laura Sanchez (Marta), Craig Purnell (Harry), Glenn Carter (Robert), Liz Robertson (Joanne), Sarah Annis (Kathy), John Barr (David), Sophie Caton (April), Iain Davey (Paul), Melissa Jacques (Sarah), Eliza Lumley (Amy), Nicholas Pound (Larry), Gabriella Santinelli (Jenny), Annete Yeo (Susan).
Music Stephen Sondheim. Lyrics Stephen Sondheim. Book by George Furth. Producer Derby Playhouse. Director Karen Louise Hebden. Design Steven Richardson. Music Andrew Synnott (musical arrangement). Lighting David Plater. Director Moira Haratley (music). Choreographer Caimin Collins. Sound Matt McKenzie. Director Alison de Burgh (fight). Design Kit Lane (video).
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