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Helen is choked by conformity - trapped by work, motherhood and an increasingly claustrophobic marriage. Ripped apart by the expectations of society and the demands of those closest to her, Helen just can t make the pieces of the puzzle fit. Something has to give...A powerful drama that shakes the very foundations of a woman's role in a male dominated American society. . Premiered 1928 (Broadway).Performers Nathalie Armin, Emily Berrington, Khali Best, Denise Black, Demetri Goritsas, Andrew Lewis, Jonathan Livingstone, John Mackay, Alan Morrissey, Kirsty Rider, Augustina Seymour, Dwane Walcott.
Author Sophie Treadwell. Producer Almeida Theatre. Director Natalie Abrahami. Design Miriam Buether. Sound Ben Ringham. Sound Max Ringham. Lighting Jack Knowles. Director Julia Horan (CDG - casting director). Director Joseph Winters (resident director).
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