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From September to December 2014, the Jermyn Street Theatre, under the artistic direction of Anthony Biggs, will present three plays, which were all first produced in the 1930s. The three shows included in this 1930s Season are:
From 23 Sep to 18 Oct 2014
Jermyn Street Theatre presents Flowers of the Forest, written by John Van Druten and directed by Anthony Biggs.
Synopsis: A time shift work set in London in 1934 and in Sussex from 1914 to 1916, the play tells the story of the Jacklyn family torn apart by the Great War. Tackling the issues of how the conflict had a long lasting and devastating effect on a whole generation, the play is a both a eulogy to those who fell and a testament to those who lived on without them.
From 28 Oct to 22 Nov 2014
Primavera presents First Episode, written by Terence Rattigan, co-authored by Philip Heimann and directed by Tom Littler.
Synopsis: Based on the true story of a movie star’s appearance in an Oxford student play. Tony and David have been best friends throughout their time at university, but does their loyalty go deeper than ordinary friendship? When Tony falls in love with the beautiful movie star Margot Gresham, in Oxford to appear in a play with the undergraduates, their relationship is put to the test.
From 25 Nov to 20 Dec 2014
Evergreen Theatrical Productions presents The Green Bay Tree, written by Mordaunt Shairp.
Synopsis: Telling the story of a beautiful young man as he is forced to choose between the love of his fiancee and the lifestyle of his male mentor, the work is a comedy of manipulation and self-repression.