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The Etienne Sisters archive'I can't believe my own sister would come with this thievery and anarchy to my door...' Tree and Ree Etienne are laying their mother to rest when an unwelcome arrival at the graveside intrudes on their grief. It's Bo, their troublesome estranged half-sister. To comfort her sisters Bo moves in for a while and things begin to look up. But can a leopard ever change her spots? Cracks appear as childhood memories, deep resentments and long put away dreams come to the fore. Tensions build before erupting in a confrontation during which harsh truths are said that cannot be unsaid. Will the sisters destroy all that is left of their family and each other?

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Author: Che Walker
Music(s): Anoushka Lucas (songs), Sheila Atim (additional songs)
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Archive listings for The Etienne Sisters

Work type: Play.

T62707317

This thought-provoking and honest is new play is written by Ch? Walker with songs by Anouskha Lucas (Klook's Last Stand). Set to a contemporary soulful jazz soundtrack, The Etienne Sisters explores what it means to be part of a family today.Producer Theatre Royal Stratford East. Director Che Walker. Design Ti Green. Music Anoushka Lucas (musical supervisor). Lighting Arnim Friess. Sound Sarah Weltman. Director will Burton (casting director for DGA). Performer Allyson Ava-Brown (Bo). Performer Jennifer Saayeng (Ree). Performer Nina Toussaint-White (Tree). Musical Director Nikki Yeoh (piano).
10 Sep 15 to 3 Oct 15Theatre Royal Stratford East, Outer London :: V337
listing details L01685027665

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