Thursday, 20 February 2014

COMPANION PIECE a New Play by Kevin Armento at the Pleasance Theatre

“You know everyone's got things, in private, but if we were all totally honest with each other about things sexually, I don't know that anyone would ever be attracted to anyone else."

After months in an online relationship, Dolores has come to New England for a work conference and meets Leonard face-to-face for the first time. But when she starts to unravel a secret about his lonely existence, their transition to love in the flesh becomes a wholesale struggle over the nature of love itself - a struggle that will shape both of them for the rest of their lives.

Tickets cost £12.00 (£10.00) Wednesday - Saturday and Tuesday & Sundays are £8.00.
Please note there is nudity in the production and we recommend it is suitable for anyone aged 16 +.

The cast - Mark Arnold, Amy Finegan , Erin Hunter & John Schwab Music – Tim Courtney 
Design – Petra Hjortsberg
Lighting – Jo Howcroft 
Director – Abbie Lucas
Producer – Gemma Lloyd

Concorde Theatre Company is a transatlantic theatre exchange transporting the best British New Writing to the U.S. and the best American New Writing to the U.K.

Kevin Armento’s plays include Bets & Blue Notes (ICA London and Lyceum Theatre, San Diego); a way to reach me (Fresh Ground Pepper, The New Ohio); and killers (Abingdon Theatre and Tom Noonan’s Paradise Factory, as part of (not just) 3 New Plays). His work has also been developed or produced by Naked Angels, Ugly Rhino, One Year Lease, INTAR, and Rogue Machine Theatre. 
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