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A compelling and rarely performed play. In a stage mental hospital, Patricia Hamilton is recovering from depression. This may be the day she feels strong enough to go home. but a visit from her husband, Leroy, a descendent of one of America's founding fathers, coincides with that of successful businessman, John Frick who has come to see his newly-admitted wife, Karen. A clash of values and emotions upset them all. Success it seems, can only be achieved by leaving this enclosed arena and making sense of an imperfect world beyond. Supported by the Octagon TheatrePerformers David Ricardo-Pearce, Patrick Poletti, Annie Tyson, Juliet Aubrey.
Author Arthur Miller. Presented by University of Bolton. Presented by Bolton Council. Presented by Library and Museum Services. Director David Thacker.
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