VenueLandor Theatre
TownInner London
CountyGreater London
From14th August 2001
Opened15th August 2001
To8th September 2001
PricesFrom £9.00. To £9.00.
What is currently on at Landor Theatre (V254)
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Torch Song Trilogy

Torch Song TrilogyT01125570759
Torch Song Trilogy is three interconnected plays on gay life and relationships. The plays focus on the one thing that all people have in common, gay or straight...relationships. Arnold is searching for that elusive perfect love, and in him and the other characters we see our own relationships with our families, lovers and ex-lovers. Although most of the characters are gay, what we understand at the end is that sexuality is unimportant, and we are all simply human.
Author Harvey Fierstein

Archive :: production:T01125570759, play:S5792, venue:V254

Production details

The International Stud - Arnold is picked up in a gay bar by Ed, a bisexual Brooklyn teacher. We see their complex on/off relationship, then Ed leaves Arnold to marry Laurel (Tues/Thurs 19:30, Sat 15:00 - Double Bill). Fugue in a Nursery - Arnold and his new lover Alan are invited for a weekend in the country with Ed and his girlfriend Laurel, with complicated results! (Tues/Thurs 19:30, Sat 15:00 - Double Bill). Widows and Children First - Alan has been murdered. Ed has left Laurel. Arnold is hoping to adopt a gay delinquent teenager. His mother arrives... (Wed/Fri/Sat 20:00) There will be a special performance on Thurs Aug 16 at 18:30, when all three plays will be performed.


Company Prompt Corner Productions
Producer Robert McWhir
Director Neale Birch
Lighting Paul Nulty
Other Jeannette Nelson (dialect coach)
Director Gemma Warburton (assistant)
Other Anna Sambrooks (A.S.M.)
Performer Rianca Biermeister (piano)
Performer Derek Howard (Arnold)
Performer Simon Coleman (Ed Reiss)
Performer Linda Clark (Lady Blues/Mrs Beckoff)
Performer Danielle Campbell-Scott (Laurel)
Performer Jason Heppenstall (Alan)
Performer Matthew Noble (David)

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