BASH: latterday plays – a collection of three one act plays at The Old Red Lion Theatre from 18th March to 12th April 2014.
Iphigenia In Orem
A businessman from Utah divulges a chilling crime
to a stranger in a Las Vegas hotel room.
A Gaggle Of Saints
A young Mormon couple each describe their version
of events of a night in New York city.
A woman recounts her intimate relationship with her
junior high-school English teacher.
Together, they paint a vivid picture of the evils found in everyday life.
Neil LaBute received his Master of Fine Arts degree in dramatic writing from New York University and was the recipient of a literary fellowship to study at the Royal Court Theatre, London and also attended the Sundance Institute’s Playwrights Lab.
Films include: In the Company of Men (New York Critics’ Circle Award for Best First Feature, Filmmakers’ Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival), Your Friends and Neighbors, Nurse Betty, Possession, and The Shape of Things, a film adaptation of his play by the same title.
Plays include: The Shape of Things, The Mercy Seat, The Distance From Here, In a Forest Dark and Deep and Reasons To Be Pretty (TONY Nominated for Best Play). In 2013, Neil LaBute was named one of the winners of the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Arts and Letters Awards in Literature.
Iiphegenia in Orem: Philip Scott-Wallace (ITV’s Downton Abbey)
A gaggle of Saints: Dani Harrison (Spite & Malice), Tom Vallen (Professional Debut)
Medea Redux: Rebecca Hickey (ITV’s My Good Samaritan)
Direction: Jonathan O’Boyle (The Scottsboro Boys, Young Vic) design: Sarah McCann (Penny Dreadful, Showtime)
Director: Jonathan O’Boyle (Recently included in the Guardian’s Rising Stars of 2014 – Stage)
The Old Red Lion Theatre
418 St John Street, London EC1V 4NJ
Dates: 18th March to 12th April 2014
Times: Tues-Sat 7:30pm / Sat 3pm / Sun 2pm
Ticket Prices: £15.00/£13.00 | £10.00 (Sundays)
Phone Box Office: 0844 412 4307
Twitter: @Bash_London / @31Productions
Tuesday 4th March 2014