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ABOUT

ORIGINALLY DEVELOPED WITH THE SUPPORT OF

WRITER & PERFORMER

VICTORIA RIGBY

 

DIRECTOR

WHITNEY MOSERY

 

SOUND DESIGNER

PAUL MACKLEY

 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

QUENTIN BEROUD

 

PRODUCED BY 

ARSALAN SATTARI

 

5 - 31 AUGUST 2015

America, 1969. Vietnam. Apollo 11. Woodstock. 

The country is bursting with vibes of peace, love and rock 'n' roll, but, disgraced hell-raising rock singer Jeannie is dragged back to the oppressive small-town values of a home she's outgrown and desperate to escape. But she has a confession to make first.

 

This breathtaking new play stares straight at the collateral damage of a life led in search of a legacy, allowing us an extraordinarily intimate glimpse behind closed doors as Jeannie fights for her last chance at immortality before it slips away.

CAST & CREATIVE

PERFORMANCES

Previews: (5th, 6th, 7th Aug): £6

Monday/Tuesday: £9.50 (£8.50)

Wednesday/Thursday: £10.50 (£9.50) Friday/Saturday/Sunday: £11 (£10)

 

ALL PERFORMACES AT 12:45PM

AT PLEASANCE COURTYARD 'THAT'

VENUE (33)

 

AGES 14+

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WRITER & PERFORMER

 

Victoria Rigby is a London-based actress and writer. She is an alumna of the Lyric Hammersmith Young Writers' Programme, led by Duncan Macmillan. She was shortlisted for the Lyric's Emerging Artists Prize for Girl From Nowhere.

 

Theatre includes Beryl in Flowers of the Forest (Jermyn Street Theatre/Anthony Biggs); Hero in Much Ado About Nothing (University of Cambridge/Japanese Tour); Blanche in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (University of Cambridge); Marrianne in Sense and Streetcar Named Desire Sensibility (University of Cambridge); Sister James in Doubt: A Parable (University of Cambridge); Cast in Summertime (Arts Theatre).

 

Film includes Victoria in Return (Golden Lane Films); Grace Crowder in Tell Them of Us (WAGScreen); Lady of Shallot in The Lady of Shallot (WAGScreen)

 

www.victoriarigby.com

@VictoriaCRigby
Cassie Mayer Ltd 

DIRECTOR

 

Whitney is a theatre and film director, dividing her time between London and New York. She is currently Associate Director of King Charles III by Mike Bartlett (Almeida/West End/ upcoming UK Tour) and American Psycho: a new musical thriller by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Duncan Sheik (Almeida/upcoming Broadway). In 2012, Whitney was the first American ever to be admitted onto RADA’s MA Theatre Directing course. After graduating with distinction, she became the first Director in Residence at the Almeida Theatre in London, under Artistic Director Rupert Goold.

 

Directing credits include: Sad Andy (Theatre 503/Rapid Write Response); Last Words You’ll Hear (Latitude 2014); Faster Higher Stronger Straighter (Dominion Theatre Studio); Scratch Me, I Bleed (Camden People’s Theatre); Bacchanalia (Greece / USA); M. Butterfly (★★★★, PerformanceReviewed; MA Showcase); Throwing Your Voice; Exit Johnny Clarke; Szinhaz (Williamstown Theatre Festival); Bus Stop (PST); Stage Blood (Princeton Shakespeare Company); The Goat or Who is Sylvia?; Valentine at Bellevue (Theatre Intime).

 

Whitney has also been a directing mentor at Naked Angels/The New School, and a guest lecturer at RADA. As associate or assistant director, she has worked with Moises Kaufman, Richard Nelson, Tom Hunsinger, Rob Icke, Paul Hunter, and playwright Steven Sater. BA Classics, Princeton University.

 

www. whitneymosery.com

@WhitneyMosery 

Ally Shuster, CAA (NY)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

 

Quentin is the Co-artistic Director of Dippermouth -‘One of the UK’s best new theatre companies’ (Anthony Biggs). Last year he directed Dippermouth’s production of Not About Heroes at the Matthews Yard Theatre. He also produced their Christmas Show Scrooge & Marley (’the best show running this Christmas, and maybe even this year’ - RemoteGoat.com), and the critically acclaimed Bombshells, starring Ellie Nunn, at the Jermyn Street Theatre. His production of Simon Stephens' Bluebird garnered five-star reviews and was described as ‘truly excellent ... a tour de force’. He trained at Cambridge University, and as an actor he has performed in over twenty shows in London, Edinburgh and Cambridge.

 

www.dippermouth.com

@QBeroud