It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
ROYAL COURT FUTURE PRODUCTIONS
The Royal Court Theatre future productions:
Redundant, by Leo Butler (6 Sep 01 - 6 Oct 01): Directed by Dominic Cooke , designed by Robert Innes Hopkins. Cast includes: Wil Johnson and Lyndsey Marshal . Lucy is 17. She dreams of love, security and a bright future. But first she must confront reality - and reality means deciding who to trust.
Boy Gets Girl, by Rebecca Gilman (1 Nov- 15 Dec 01): Directed by Ian Rickson , designed by Vicki Mortimer, with lighting by Paule Constable. Cast includes: Katrin Cartlidge . Theresa's blind date with Tony seems to go well and she agrees to dinner. She has a successful career in New York, and it is easier for her to commit to work than another person. But when flowers arrive every day and the phone keeps ringing, she doesn't know whether to feel flattered, angry or threatened.
Sliding With Suzanne, by Judy Upton (30 Aug - 22 Sep 01 ): Directed by Max Stafford-Clark , designed by Julian McGowan, with lighting by Johanna Town. Cast includes: Loo Brealey, Bryan Dick, Monica Dolan, Roger Frost, June Watson, Danny Worters . Suzanne, 35 and on the slide, runs back home to Brighton in search of a new start. But home is a place where big breaks are scarce. And kids grow up - fast. So how do you find what you want in a place like this? And who do you find it with? A single foster mum trying to turn her life around, Suzanne relies on her caustic humour to see her through.
Nightingale and Chase, by Zinnie Harris (28 Sep - 27 Oct 01): Directed by Richard Wilson. Chase is waiting to be released from prison. And Nightingale is there to meet her. Everything is under control, and they're both going to get it right. This time.
F***ing Games, by Grae Cleugh (8 Nov - 8 Dec 01): Directed by Dominic Cooke, designed by Rae Smith. Terrence and Jonah have been together for ten years. Jude is young, good-looking and always chooses his boyfriends badly. So, when he brings round his latest, Danny, the games begin.