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The Inappropriateness of Love by Sarah E. Pitard
Paradigm Theatre Company presents The Inappropriateness of Love, by Sarah E. Pitard, at the Hen and Chickens Theatre, a fringe venue in Islington, north London from 4 to 29 Sep 2012.
Directed by Cat Robey, the cast includes Jonathon West, Cheska Moon, Phoebe Batteson-Brown, Lee Lytle, Gilly Daniels.
A dark comedy about six interconnected people, trying to figure out who they are and where their place is in the game of love.
Scooter, a 30-year-old computer programmer, has recently received an invitation to a friend’s wedding. He really needs to find a date! Like a good son he occasionally calls on his mum for help, who is busy taking care of her husband with Alzheimer's. There is also Zoey, Scooter's best friend, an archaeologist on her way to Turkey to find some peace and quiet. Next there is Jessica, a therapist who is attempting to put her life together after a messy divorce with Darren. Darren is an older man, who doesn't know who he is, or what or whom he wants. He is dating Stephanie, Scooter's colleague, a naïve young woman looking for the perfect man.