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Something to Say
A One Act Play
Directed by Jackie Wesley-Harkcom
Maddie has something important to tell David, but David is not in the mood to listen. Her desperate attempts to get his attention fail and when she finally does, David’s reaction is both unexpected and extreme - almost comedic. It is not what Maddie had anticipated or hoped for and as David’s response becomes increasingly more bizarre, what unfolds is an evening that neither of them had expected.
The award-winning World Premiere Production of this darkly comic and insightful play, originally produced for the Teignmouth & Dawlish Drama Festival
starring Rebekah Hayden and David Warren, is hitting the stage again at
The Ice Factory in Teignmouth.
Tickets are available for Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of May 2018 and the evening will include a fork supper, the one act play and an after show discussion with the cast and the playwright, Richard Everett.
Richard Everett is an actor, playwright and screenwriter. He is the author of 7 published stage plays including the much acclaimed “Entertaining Angels” which has had around 200 productions worldwide.
He has 200 animation scripts to his credit as well as 2 feature films, 3 plays for BBC radio 4, and a published collection of award winning sketches and meditations entitled ‘Sound Bites’.
The cast and crew of Something to Say with the playwright and our President, Richard Everett.
Richard is at the back and the cast, from left to right are Mason Castree, Rebekah Hayden, Angela Healy, David Warren and Lydia Dockray
Tickets, priced at £10, will be available from www.teignmouthplayers.com or from the Ice Factory Box Office 01626 778991. Alternatively, call 07831 531058 and ticket booking can be arranged for you.
Something to Say has just been accepted by Samuel French for publication with the 3tc production and cast credited with the first presentation!