Donmar Warehouse Announce Spring/Summer Season 2005

Donmar Warehouse Announce Spring/Summer Season 2005

The Donmar Warehouse Theatre has announced their Spring/Summer Season 2005

Days of Wine and Roses, by JP Miller in a new version by Owen McCafferty, opens 22 Feb 2005, following previews from 17 Feb, and booking to 2 Apr 2005. It is directed by Peter Gill. Donal and Mona leave Belfast for a new start in 60s London. Strangers in an unfamiliar city, they fall in love with life, each other, and the drink. An exciting whirlwind of discovery starts to spiral out of control as alcohol takes its grip. (Public Booking opens 13 Dec 2004)


Cosmonaut's Last Message to the Woman He Once Loved in the Former Soviet Union , by David Greig, opens 12 April 2005, following previews from 7 April, and booking to 21 May 2005. Two forgotten cosmonauts orbit a world which cannot hear them. David Greig explores our inability to communicate and our desperate need to connect. (Public Booking opens 13 Dec 2004)


This is How it Goes ,a new play by Neil LaBute, opens 31 may 2005, following previews from 26 May, and booking to 9 July 2005. Set in small-town America, Neil LaBute's new play puts race and infidelity under the microscope. (Public Booking opens 13 Dec 2004)


Mary Stuart, by Friedrich Schiller in a new version by Peter Oswald, opens 20 July 2005, following previews from 14 July, and booking to 3 Sep 2005. Directed by Phyllida Lloyd. An account of the extraordinary relationship between England's Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots. (Public Booking opens 29 March 2005)


The Wild Duck, by Henrik Ibsen , in a new translation by David Eldridge. opens Autumn/Winter 2005. Directed by Michael Grandage .


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