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When Lyman Felt loses control of his Porsche on Mount Morgan and ends up seriously injured in hospital, his wife Leah is called to his bedside - and so is his wife Theodora. Gradually as both women sit in the waiting room, they come to realise the devastating connection that joins their lives together. For nine years Lyman has juggled two lives and two wives, until now when his fateful crash begins to unravel the maze of betrayal and deceit. Through a series of flash backs interspersed with the present, Lyman's struggle with both guilt and desire is explored in Miller's most intriguing play for many years. Betrayal and bigamy, crisis and reconciliation are just some of the themes that flow through Arthur Miller's moving play, which has recently been revised and revived on Broadway.Performers James Jordan (Lyman), Jon Cartwright (Tom), Celestine Randall (Theo), Pandora Clifford (Bessie), Nicola Bryant (Leah), Cleo Sylestre (Nurse Logan).
Author Arthur Miller. Director David Taylor. Design Simon Higlett. Lighting Alexandra Stafford.
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