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In his wickedly funny final play Noel Coward takes us behind the scenes of a new West End production. Conjuring up a wonderfully authentic backstage world of talent and treachery. Coward creates a gallery of unforgettable characters; temperamental leading lady, ruthless director, jaded old troupers and, caught somewhere between them all, innocent young playwright. From tentative first rehearsal to triumphant opening night, the clash of egos becomes increasingly and hilariously bloody. But what emerges from the mayhem is a startling evocation of that most elusive gift of all - star qualityPerformers Penelope Keith (Lorraine Barrie), Una Stubbs (Marion Blake), Russell Boulter (Ray Malcolm), Nick Fletcher (Bryan Snow), Nick Waring (Tony Orford), Marjorie Yates (Nora Mitchell), Peter Cellier (Gerald Wentworth), Fiz Marcus (Beryl Fletcher), Andrew Coppin (Bob Deacon), Magnus Hastings (Eric Larch), Graham Ashe (Harry Thornton), Toni Kanal (Laura Whitby).
Author Noel Coward. Producer Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Producer Theatre Royal Windsor. Producer Bill Kenwright. Adapted by Christopher Luscombe. Director Christopher Luscombe. Design Tim Goodchild.
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