Bash: Latter Day Plays (2010)
by Neil Labute
Directed by Stephen East
Bash: Latter-Day Plays is a collection of three dark one act plays written by Neil LaBute. Each play features seemingly harmless, everyday people who nevertheless commit a murder without adequate motivation. The plays are all the more shocking because nothing in them prepares the audience for their morbid climaxes.
- Man in 'Iphigenia in Orem' - Ben Hayward
- John in 'A Gaggle of Saints' - Sam Trueman
- Sue in 'A Gaggle of Saints' - Kelly Gauthier
- Woman in 'Medea Redux' - Roberta Zuric
- Assistant Director - Karen Webb
- Stage Manager - Michelle Thomson
- Assistant Stage Manager - Adam Crook
- Lighting Design - Richard George & Stephen East
- Lighting & Sound programmer - James Webb
- Lighting Operator - Harriet Foster
- Costume - Karen Webb & Cast
- Stage Design - Dave Hollander
- Set Construction - Gavin Parker, Michelle Thomson, Adam Crook, Stephen East, Harriet Foster, Karen Webb
Special thanks to: Matt Evans for his endless enthusiasm! Naomi for being a super rep! Dave for dealing with all my pestering questions! My father for possibly coming to see the show! South Africa for a great World Cup (sic) but more due to missing two weeks of the rehearsal period and my cast not throttling me! Chris and Emmaus for the lovely wooden chairs, Louisa Evans for her impeccable timing, and the DJ/suit! Emma Kerby-Evans, Margaret Uzzell, the cast and crews of the A Pair of Queens double bill and The Seagull, SLT front of house, bar, and the box office volunteers. The biggest thanks have to go to the most amazing Assistant Director, Karen Webb, who has been simply brilliant. Finally, everyone from SLT for their supportand help in giving me the opportunity to direct my first show.
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