One Act Plays and Monologues
In the One Act Plays the comedy Box and Cox shows what happens when an unscrupulous Landlady lets the same room twice.
The Washtub Farce is a comical warning to nagging wives and bullying Mothers in law, in the moving drama. A Well Remembered Voice is about the unexpected result of a war time séance and with Regency Romance its laugh out loud at the antics of Ed, Sandy and Mary as they re-write and role play their own “trashy romantic paperback”.
The evening’s sketches cover a bedtime story with a difference, drive a waiter to distraction in a café, and have two nervous girls waiting for an interview and the aftermath of a robbery. The monologues are set on a train and outside a Bingo Hall.
|John Box||Doug Thomson|
|James Cox||Julian Davey|
|Mrs Bouncer||Diana Phillips|
|The Girl||Phoebe Guy|
|Mrs Don||Marie Young|
|Mr Rogers||Doug Thomson|
|Laura Bell||Ashley Carroll|
|Mr Don||Terry Dale|
|The Devil||Julian Davey|
|Mother in Law||Lynda Anning|
|The Storyteller||Tony Golding|
|Juanita, the Bride||Natalia Prats|
|Will, the Groom||Matthew Blackhurst|
|Ed Murray||Tobias Ashton|
|Sandy Perry||Ashley Carroll|
|Mary Sullivan||Vicky Fairclough|
|Directed by||Ian Guy|