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Performance

VenueWatford Palace Theatre
TownWatford
CountyHertfordshire
From6th October 2000
Opened10th October 2000
To28th October 2000
WhenMon-Thurs 19:45, Fri/Sat 20:00, Sat Mats 15:00 (Oct 14/21), Wed Mat 14:30 (Oct 25)
What is currently on at Watford Palace Theatre (V55)

Rough Crossing

T01305210139
As a luxury liner steams its way across the Atlantic, Turai and Gal try frantically to finish their play in time for the New York opening. But the show depends on the music of a young composer - who can't compose because his girl friend, the leading lady, seems to be rekindling an old flame with the show's leading man, who isn't ready to admit that he is no longer the lover he was in his somewhat distant youth. Add lifeboat drills, the dramatic criticism of a cognac-tippling steward and other storms at sea for a fast-moving 1930s-style screwball farce.
Author Tom Stoppard


Archive :: production:T01305210139, play:S4802, venue:V55

Production details

Special Performances


  • 16 Oct 00 Sign Interpreted Signed by Byron Campbell
  • 21 Oct 00 Vocaleyes + TouchTour

Company

Company The Palace Theatre Watford
Company Salisbury Playhouse
Adapted by Ferenc Molnar
Director Joanna Read
Design Nancy Surman
Lighting Jim Simmons
Music Stuart Thomas
Performer Robert Duncan (Ivor)
Performer Matthew Kelly (Turai)
Performer Nick Lumley (Gal)
Performer David Martin (Adam)
Performer John Ramm (Dvornicheck)
Performer Abigail Thaw (Natasha)

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