Tira (1981)

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Poster by Jeanette Hoile

by Michael Weller

Directed by Chris King

Performances: Sat 21st – Sun 22nd November 1981, Prompt Corner


Introduction

Half of a Double Bill with Krapp's Last Tape.

Tira is a girl who tries very hard to sustain the affections of five very different men, all portrayed by Derek Staples. "Tira" is a sharply focussed piece of modern theatre, both cynical and very funny. It underlies the modern casual commitment to love and sex.

Cast

Crew

Reviews

As printed in Scene.

"Very good. A lovely performance" ....Bill Merrow.

"Excellent. Tira captured feminine view to a T; Derek Osborne captured well the many facets of the male of the species we all knnow and love".... Nikki Hogg, member.

"Quite good. Little show at the beginning: the way it was played. Middle and end very good.".... Adrian McLaughlin, member.

"The play is absolute rubbish. Excellent production and performace rose above this defect." .....nick Winford, member

"Heather Gilmore (Tira) was very impressive, a realistic performance" ....Paul Valeau, member.

Gallery

Reminiscences and Anecdotes

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