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Three Months Gone archiveThree Months Gone is the third play in Donald Howarth's trilogy about the character Anna Bowers, played in the original production by Diana Dors. It opened at the Royal Court in January 1970 and had transferred to the West End by March. 'More often than not the characters are considering whether to keep their clothes on, loosen the buttons, take all their clothes off or just the top layer, put some clothes back on if they're not fully dressed, or take someone else's clothes off without their permission... and none of this is at bedtime, before they get up or go to the bathroom, when most people don't think about getting dressed or undressed but just do it? I don't think so'. Donald Howarth. Rehearsed reading

Cast/Performers

Peter Sullivan, Ben Whishaw, Amanda Drew, Denise Black, Maxwell Hutcheon

Creatives/Company

Author: Donald Howarth
Director: Richard Wilson
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Three Months Gone

Three Months Gone (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0761634731. Details of all Three Months Gone archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01111805843

Archive Listings

6 Feb 06Royal Court - Jerwood Theatre
West End
Greater London

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