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You May Go Now archiveDottie has trained Betty to be the perfect 1950s housewife: to cook, to clean and to warm her husband's slippers. Now Betty turns eighteen and it's time for her to be released into the big wide world, except the world is that of 2010 - vast, complex, dirty - and quick to throw up ghosts from their past. Now the biscuits are burning, there's blood on the Linoleum, and the twisted reality beneath the sugar coating is just about to reveal itself. Kitsch and comic, You May Go Now is a gingham-clad take on the more sinister side of marriage from one of America's most exciting new playwrights.


Author: Bekah Brunstetter

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Archive listings for You May Go Now (2010)

Work type: Play.

A Marriage Play - T02009899717

Performance Length: Approx. 2hrsProducer Grand Plan Productions (in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre). Director Ellie Browning. Design Joe Schermoly. Lighting Jacob Mason-Dixon. Sound George Dennis. Costume Katy Mills. Performer Ryan Early. Performer Florence Hall. Performer Ryan Hawley. Performer Lucy Newman-Williams.
7 Mar 10 to 22 Mar 10Finborough, Inner London :: V199
listing details L1587099525


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