The Really Small Theatre Company is proud to present a STAGE READING of
by William Luce.
60 year old legendary actor and professional alcoholic, John Barrymore, has rented a stage to prepare for a comeback performance of Richard III. Barrymore jokes with the audience, spars with an offstage prompter, reminisces about better times and does delicious imitations of his siblings Lionel and Ethel.
The play was a great hit on Broadway, with Christopher Plummer winning a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play. Plummer also starred in a film version of the same play.
Featuring Daniel McMullen as John Barrymore. Directed by Christian Jull.
Saturday, 7th November 2015, 19:00.
Finnish-British Society, Fredrikinkatu 20 A 9, 00120 Helsinki.
Discounts available to RStC patrons and Finnish-British Society members (obtain your discount code directly from the FBS).
NB: There are only 30 seats available, so make sure you book early!
ONLINE BOOKINGS HAVE NOW CLOSED.
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR. CASH-ONLY.
NB: This performance will be a STAGE READING. Whilst the actors will perform with props and movement, they will be reading from scripts.
This amateur production of "Barrymore" is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LTD. But don't forget: 'amateur' means 'lover' in French...