The Crocodile (2017)

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Poster by Bryon Fear

by Tom Basden after Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Directed by Bryon Fear

Performances: Tue 23rd – Sat 27th May 2017, Upper Hall, Stanley Halls


The play is set in St. Petersburg in 1865.




The Crocodile. I am very lucky in a way, that I immerse myself so thoroughly in a play or a book and then forget the details. I read this when Bryon Fear first submitted it two years ago and remembered that it was the cleverest and funniest play that I had read in years and was so disappointed when we could not get the rights. Tonight it delighted me even more than when I first read it as Bryon's skills in bringing it to life with the aid of his brilliant cast and prop makers far surpassed my modest skills at imagining it. SLT does it again. Superlative. - Carole Coyne


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