“Henriette just wishes to marry the man she loves… her mother has other ideas.”
Not Quite… is proud to announce its premiere production of the The Sisterhood – a satirical comedy by Ranjit Bolt, one of Britain’s leading translators for stage. The production will be held at the Leicester Square Theatre lounge for a limited run from Friday 1st – Wednesday 6th July 2016.
Not Quite… is a production company that was founded in 2015 by Richard Swann and Jamie Scott-Smith.
Henriette wishes to marry the man she adores. Is that so much to ask?
Apparently so for this trio; her overbearing matriarchal mother; her intellectual, sexless sister and her downright randy aunt. These “learned ladies” have quite the different suitor in mind in the shape of a pompous, bombastic and self-proclaimed ‘genius’ of poetry.
Her downtrodden father is adamant to support Henriette in her choice of husband and so the war begins in hilarious and ridiculous fashion.
Set in a lavish Paris salon during the late 1980’s, ‘The Sisterhood’ is Ranjit Bolt’s adaptation of Molière’s classic satire, ‘Les Femmes Savantes’.
This fast-paced and intelligent comedy, satirising a family of pseudo-intellectual pontificating women, will keep you laughing throughout!
not quite PRESENTS: THE SISTERHOOD
Written by Ranjit Bolt | Adaptation from an original text by Moliere
Directed by Katherine Napier
Featuring: Maria Austin, Rebecca Bell, Katherine Hartshorne Lia Hatzakis, Matthew Marrs, Candice Price, Jamie Scott-Smith, Richard Swann & Danielle Williams.
Prices for the run are set at £12.50 Full Price and £10 Concessions.
Book Tickets Online – www.notquite.co.uk/book