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The Massacre archiveFollowing the spectacular success of last year’s production of Mrs Inchbald’s sparkling comedy Wives as they Were, and Maids as they Are, her only tragedy is now given its première European professional production, more than two hundred years after it was written. The play is inspired by the horrific events of the French Revolution and is a tragic exploration of war and of questions of justice, mercy or retribution in its aftermath. Felt to be too controversial to be staged in her own time, even its author accepted that - "from the time that I first undertook the foregoing scenes, I never flattered myself that they would be proper to appear on the stage. The subject is so horrid, that I thought it would shock, rather than give satisfaction, to an audience. Still, I found it so truly tragic in the essential springs of terror and pity, that I could not resist the impulse of adapting it to the stage." The play retains its power to this day and the tale of the family Tricastin and their tragic demise is as provocative and disturbing as it was when it was first suppressed - by its own author.
Performers Madhav Sharma (The Father), Abdi Gouhad (The Judge), Eamonn O'Dwyer), Russell Simpson (The Mob Leader), Maya Sondhi (The Wife), Emma Connell (The Confidante), Harriet Garbas (A Domestic), Ali Al-Nakeeb (First Follower), Greg Robinson (Second Follower), Tory Charles (The Mob), Laura Kidd (The Mob).
Author Elizabeth Inchbald. Producer Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. Producer Sharron Stowe. Director Colin Blumenau. Design Chiara Stephenson. Lighting Prema Mehta. Other Helga Brandt (dramaturg). Music Eamonn O'Dwyer (music arrangement).

The Massacre

The Massacre (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0513543267. Details of all The Massacre archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0404406388

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23 Jun 09
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27 Jun 09
Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk

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