Stalking the Boeyman at the Southwark Playhouse

Stalking the Bogeyman

Venue: 
Southwark Playhouse
Location: 
Fringe
Duration: 
1 Hour 25 Mins

Based on an extraordinary true story, Stalking the Bogeyman follows renowned journalist David Holthouse’s secret plot to murder the man who raped him when he was seven years old, and highlights the complexities of childhood sexual assault. The play is based on an article published in 2004 by Holthouse and later adapted into a story for the popular US radio programme ‘ThisAmerican Life.’

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By: 
Markus Potter & David Holthouse with additional writing by Santino Fontana, Shane Zeigler and Shane Stokes.
Producer: 
David Adkin and NewYorkRep in association with Joel Fisher, Adam Richman and The Telling Company
Director: 
Markus Potter
Lighting: 
Rob Casey
Sound: 
David Gregory
Design: 
Rachel Stone
Costume: 
Rachel Stone
Cast list: 
Gerard McCarth, Glynis Barber, Geoffrey Towers, Russ Bain, John Moraitis, Amy Van Nostrand
Other info: 
Original Music by Eric T. Lawson
Stalking the Bogeyman Schedule
Previews from: 
Wednesday, 13 July, 2016
Opening date: 
Friday, 15 July, 2016
Available from: 
Wednesday, 7 December, 2016
Booking to: 
Saturday, 6 August, 2016
Closes: 
Saturday, 6 August, 2016
MatineeEvening
Monday-8pm
Tuesday3.30pm8pm
Wednesday-8pm
Thursday-8pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday3.30pm8pm
Sunday--
Address:
77-85 Newington Causeway, London, SE1 6BD
Nearest tube:
Elephant & Castle, Borough

Latest Stalking the Bogeyman News & Features

Thursday, July 14, 2016
Interview with Stalking the Bogeyman Producer and Man vs Food's Adam Richman

The name Adam Richman is one that you may not necessarily associate directly with theatre. Thanks to the internationally successful TV franchise Man vs Food, he is perhaps most widely known for being a competitive eater and television personality. His roots however are firmly in the arts and as a graduate of the prestigious Yale Drama School, his passion and love of theatre is foremost in his current working schedule.

Our Review

Whilst many would argue that theatre's primary motive is to entertain, the best type of theatre, in my opinion, challenges the way you think and makes you see the world through the eyes of another person. Markus Potter and David Holthouse's gripping and harrowing drama Stalking the... Read more

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