Written by Samantha Walker
January 20, 2011
TEST The UK premiere of a poignant one-act play from Tony and Academy Award nominated writer Murray Schisgal.
When his marriage falters, Marty returns to the once Jewish Brooklyn of his youth, in search of what remains of his childhood. In the apartment where he was born he meets the current tenant, a black man named Joseph who finds solace in recalling the long-dead figures of the past.
Murray Schisgal had his first Broadway success with Luv, which premiered in 1964 and earned a Tony Award for director Mike Nichols. He co-wrote the screenplay for Tootsie, which starred Dustin Hoffman and received numerous awards including a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture.
Cast: Daniel Dresner and Nathan Clough
Director: Paul Blinkhorn
Designer: Rachael Vaughan
Lighting: Aaron J. Dootson
Sound: Simon James Cookson
Producer: Anthony Stephen Springall
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