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The setting is an all-night coffee shop on New York's upper Broadway, where the riff-raff, the bums, the petty thieves, the lost and the desperate of the big city come together. The result is a fast-paced song of hope and despair tempered by humour.Performers Nathan Banks (Rust), Lauren Barnes (Judy), Glenn Boateng (Rake), Devane Boyd (Fick), Isabel Crowe (Bonnie), Marianne Francis-Hammond (Darlene), Joshua Frary (Joe), Chiara Von Galli (Ann), Olivia-Jade Gardiner (Kay), Henry Hayward (Xavier), Billy Irving (Franny), Andrew James (Stranger), Eddy Payne (Tig), Robert Rhodes (Dopey), Elle Robertson-Phillips (Terry), Tomos Wyn (John).
Author Lanford Wilson. Producer Arcola Theatre (in association with Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts). Director Joseph Blatchley.
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