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Tickets now on sale for "The Secret Rapture" by David Hare at Lyric Theatre from 17 Nov 03
Tickets are now on sale for David Hare's The Secret Rapture which opens at the Lyric Theatre, Shafestbury Ave on 26 Nov 03, following previews from 17 Nov, and booking to 21 Feb 04.
The cast includes Jenny Seagrove, Peter Egan, Belinda Lang, Simon Shepherd, Liza Walker, Melanie Gutteridge.
Produced by BIll Kenwright, it is directed by Guy Retallack, designed by Robert Jones with lighting by Oliver Fenwick.
Jenny Seagrove's London stage credits include "The Miracle Worker" at the Wyndham's in 1994, "Dead Guilty" at the Apollo in 1995; "Hurlyburly" at the Queens in 1997, "Brief Encounter" at the Lyric in 2000, "The Female Odd Couple" at the Apollo in 2001, "The Constant Wife" at the Apollo & Lyric Theatres in 2002. She has also recently repeated her role as Jo Mills in the second BBC series of ‘Judge John Deed.’
Peter Egan was last seen onstage in ‘Noises Off’ at the National and in the West End. TV roles include in the BBC TV’s four series of ‘Ever Decreasing Circles’.
Belinda Lang’s London stage credits include "Dead Funny" at the Savoy in 1995, "Things We Do For Love" at the Duchess in 1998, "Life x 3" at the Savoy in 2002.
Simon Shepherd has played Serge in ‘Art’ in the West End and on tour. He was Dr Will Preston in five series of ‘Peak Practice’.
Liza Walker is best known for her award-winning role as Alice in Patrick Marber’s ‘Closer’ at the National and in the West End.
When their father dies, two estranged sisters – Marion, a hard-nosed Thatcherite government minister and Isobel, a warm-hearted liberal – forge an uneasy reconciliation. As they try to put their father’s affairs into order, the sisters must deal with the burden of their emotionally scarred, alcoholic young stepmother Katherine. Isobel, always the magnanimous one, reluctantly gives Katherine a job in her graphic design company. It is an act of kindness that turns out to be highly destructive. As a result of Katherine’s manipulation, Isobel’s career and personal life dissolve into chaos and violence.