|- by Ron Hutchinson - - Directed by Peter Craze -|
Dual Theatre Company presentation
' a tale of grandeur and disolution'
. . the eighteenth century 'Posh and Becks'.
This play by Ron Hutchinson is a masterpiece of style
and modern theatrical craftsmanship. It holds the attention from the
first and contains many laughs and even more smiles, as well as sadness
and pathos. Everyone who has seen it has come away with a good feeling
and has spread the word about the quality of both writing and
performance. This production directed by Peter Craze will enhance the
reputation of any theatre from the 300+ seater down to the local
village hall. Workshops prepared and run by the company for theatre and
school drama groups provide a valuable insight into the workings of a
small scale touring company. We look at the day to day running of the
company and the interpretation of selected scripts, together with hands
on practice. Whatever you do, don’t let another season go by