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Anarchic, feisty but growing old, high society drop-out Judy Haussman remains in spirit with the Ashrams of the 1960s while holding court in her dilapidated Art Deco house on the Devon coast. My baby's home! Let's wake 'em up! The old rebels, eh? Let's show this younger generation what it's all about! Shall we get naked? After an operation, she's joined by wayward offspring Nick and Libby, sharp-eyed granddaughter Summer, local doctor Peter, and Daniel, a troubled teenager who makes use of the family's crumbling swimming pool. Together they share a few sweltering months as they alternately cling to and flee this louche and chaotic world of all-day drinking, infatuations, long-held resentments, free love and failure. The only thing to be in life is a rebel.Performers Rory Kinnear, Helen McCrory, Matthew Marsh, Julie Walters.
Author Stephen Beresford. Corporate Sponsor Accenture. Producer National Theatre. Director Howard Davies. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Mark Henderson. Sound Christopher Shutt. Design Jon Driscoll (projection).
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