Play and Other Plays

Tue 22nd – Sat 26th Nov 2011

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“Three short plays from the greatest playwright of the Twentieth Century.”

Pembroke Players

SUMMARY

'PLAY':

"Is it something I should do with my face, other than utter? Weep?"

Three actors, three neck-high urns, one tyrannical spotlight. What's not to love?

'ROUGH FOR THEATRE TWO':

"Ah Morvan! You'd be the death of me if I were sufficiently alive!"

"He has only to land on his arse the way he lived. The spine snaps and the tripes explode."

A man stands motionless by an open window. Unseen, two cosmic bureaucrats seem to be deciding on his fate.

'NOT I':

" . . . out . . . into this world . . . this world . . . tiny little thing . . . before its time . . ."

A monologue performed by a disembodied mouth described as "the most difficult part an actor can ever be called on to play".

Admission: £6(£5)

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