The Jermyn Street Theatre autumn season 2010

The Jermyn Street Theatre, an off West End venue in central London, has announced its new autumn season.

7 Sep to 2 Oct 2010
by N.F. Simpson , directed by Simon Usher. Charting a day in the life of octogenarian writer Geoffrey Wythenshaw, who sits down to dictate his autobiography from the comfort of a retirement home for the upper crust. Unfortunately, he finds himself constantly interrupted by his fellow residents, their visiting relatives, and the attending staff. Some seek a share of his wisdom, while others feel compelled to lend a hand in passing the time.

5 to 23 Oct 2010
written & starring Caroline Blakiston. One-woman show about how Caroline Blakiston made history as the first British actress to play Chekhov in Russia, in Russian. She played Charlotta in The Cherry Orchard in Russian in 1991.

26 Oct to 20 Nov 2010
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Gene David Kirk. Reality and fantasy are interwoven with terrifying power as two actors on tour – brother and sister – find themselves deserted by the troupe in a decrepit state theatre in an unknown state. Faced (perhaps) by an audience expecting a performance, they enact The Two-Character Play – an illusion within an illusion, and outcry from isolation, panic and fear.

22 Nov to 22 Dec 2010
(Update Nov 2010 - THIS SHOW CANCELLED!!!) by Philip Ridley. KARAMAZOO is about Ace. Ace is a teenage boy. Ace is a teenage girl. Everyone knows that no one stands Ace up. Ace is a hunk. Ace is a babe. Two story. The story of the day Ace was stood up. Followed by FAIRYTALEHEART: a play about two teenagers who meet on a cold and snowy night and make the frost melt with the passion of their stories.

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