Directed by Elaine Heath
From the author of "Dead Funny", "Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick", "Insignificance" and "Hitchcock Blonde" and set in the Hampstead consulting room of Sigmund Freud during wartime, this fascinating and highly original play takes the actual meeting of Freud, the father of modern psychoanalysis and Salvador Dali, the deeply eccentric surrealist artist as a starting point. Throw in a scantily dressed young woman with a hidden agenda, Freud’s Jewish doctor – a man with a mission, and the unseen presence of Freud’s daughter Anna, and anything can happen...
- Sigmund Freud - John Lyne
- Jessica - Ronae Jolliffe
- Abraham Yahuda - Alan Jarvis
- Salvador Dali - Jonathan Storey
- Matilde - Siobhan Campbell
- Vision of Freud's Father - Norman Peachman
- Patriarch - Lionel Monks
- Production Assistant - Dee Fancett
- Stage Manager - Laila Shah
- Assistant Stage managers - Tricia Carroll & Alison Rockbrand
- Lighting Design - Mike Elliott & Elaine Heath
- Lighting Rigger - Mike Elliott
- Lighting Operator - Emma Jane Connolly
- Sound Design - Andrew Rickinson & Elaine Heath
- Sound Operator - Jess Osorio
- Set Design - Elaine Heath
- Set Construction - Elaine Heath, Jess Osorio, Stuart Flitton, Richard Watkins, Graham Clements, Mandy Reed, Phil Gammon, Lionel Monks & Norman Peachman
- Thanks to: Alan Buckman,Bernie Bullbrook, Anton Krause, Lancasters, London Recumbent Cycles Ltd, Val Williams.
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