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Twenty years ago the orchestra played the romantic A bitter-sweet farce with real bite, Ranjit Boltâs new translation of Jean Anouilhâs comic masterpiece flies up and down the emotional scale, breathlessly ranging from real pathos to high comedy to wincing irony.Performers Peter Bowles (General Saint Pe), Maggie Steed, Al Weaver, Rebecca Cooper, Siobhan Hewlett, Nicholas Woodeson, Catherine Russell, Joanna Brookes, Anna Farnworth, Julien Ball, Polly Brunt.
Author Jean Anouilh. Corporate Sponsor Kenwood. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Translation Ranjit Bolt. Director Angus Jackson. Design Ashley Martin Davis. Lighting Peter Mumford. Sound Adam Cork. Music Adam Cork.
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