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Two families endure the oppression of Romanian Dictator Ceausescu's regime. The play reveals the dreadful damage done to people's lives during the 1989 revolution and the aftermath. A strong advocate of the workshop process, Churchill took the original cast to Romania to understand the tensions firsthand. The resulting improvisations were then incorporated into the script.Performers Marianne Oldham, Pippa Nixon, Marilyn O'Brien, Angela Terrence, Alex Warren, Simon Darwin, Nitzan Sharron, Ian Groombrirdge, Barry Ward, Laurence Dobiesz, David Caves.
Author Caryl Churchill. Producer Claire Birch. Director Caroline Steinbeis. Design Max Jones. Lighting Johanna Town. Sound Simon Slater. Costume Rachael Canning.
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