London Theatre New Cross - further shows announced
Five more productions have been announced at The London Theatre New Cross, a fringe venue in south London.
Previously announced The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, directed by Harry Denford, will now run from 8 to 11 Aug and The Overcoat by Nikolai Gogal, directed by Larisa Turkina , produced by Russian Springs, will now run from 11 to 16 Sep 2012.
The five further shows are...
Mirandolina by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Elisa Enti, from 29 Aug to 2 Sep 2012. (Performed in Italian) The Mistress of the INN, Mirandolina, mistress since her father's death of his prosperous inn in Florence, is remarkable for her lively charm and her deft juggling of innumerable admirers. But now all her wit is challenged by the courting of three men, as well as by the equally interesting indifference of another.
Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, from 18 to 23 Sep 2012.Produced by Venturewolf. A story of a man who makes a pact with the devil.
Three Women by Open Stage, from 25 to 30 Sep 2012. Through a fast flowing series of snapshots we follow the lives of three teenage girls and their journey into womanhood. From achieving against all the odds to catastrophic self inflicted failure all three have reasons for love and regrets. (Open Stage uses professional writers and directors and works with actors who have been in prison and the plays reflect the reality of life in Britain at present)
Chasing Beckett by John Hill, from 9 to 14 Oct 2012. About a hostage who learns more about himself and the reason he was chosen
Gasping by Ben Elton, from 1 to 3 Nov 2012. About what happens if they do the same with air as they did with water and privatised it!