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Written in the 1920s. World War One hero Maurice Tabret is disabled after a flying accident, tended lovingly by his mother, his beautiful wife Stella, and the devoted Nurse Wayland. When he dies from an overdose during the night, and it is revealed that Stella is in love with Maurice's brother Colin and is expecting a baby, questions begin to be raised as to whether it was murder or suicide. Age 14+Performers Jamie De Courcey (Maurice Tabret), Beatriz Romilly (Stella Tabret), Katrina Innes (Alice), Sarah Churm (Nurse Wayland), Margot Leicester (Mrs Tabret), Al Nedjari (Dr Harvester), Robert Demeger (Major Liconda), David Ricardo-Pearce (Colin Tabret).
Author William Somerset Maugham. Company English Touring Theatre. Director Matthew Dunster. Design Anna Fleischle. Lighting Lee Curran. Director Matthew Dunster. Sound Emma Laxton.
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