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Sweet Bird of Youth archiveA fading Hollywood legend ravaged by the bitterness of failure and despair. Fleeing the disastrous premiere of her comeback film, Alexandra Del Lago travels incognito as The Princess Kosmonopolis seeking refuge in drink, drugs and the arms of Chance Wayne, an idealistic young dreamer turned gigiolo and hellbent on achieving his own movie stardom. A trip to Chance's hometown in a bid to win back his childhood sweetheart sees their relationship of convenience unravel
Performers Marcia Gay Harden (Alexandra del Lago), Brian J Smith (Chance Wayne), Emma Amos, Hester Arden, Matthew Barker, Victoria Bewick, Alex Bhat, Ray Emmet Brown, Graham Butler, Richard Cordery ('Boss' Finley), Ingrid Craigie, Joy Cruickshank, Tim Francis, Kurt Kansley, Rob Ostlere, Sam Phillips, Daniel Tuite, Ewart James Walters.
Author Tennessee Williams. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Jonathan Kent. Design Anthony Ward. Lighting Mark Henderson. Sound Paul Groothuis. Design Andrzej Goulding (video design). Director Charlotte Sutton (casting director). Director Jim Carnahan (US casting director).

Sweet Bird of Youth

Sweet Bird of Youth (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01000632607. Details of all Sweet Bird of Youth archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01213917523

Archive Listings

2 Jun 17
to
24 Jun 17
Chichester Festival Theatre
Chichester
West Sussex

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