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Table Manners - Full Length Play, Comedy

Table Manners

Alan Ayckbourn

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Full Length Play, Comedy

3m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573617157

Winner! 2009 Tony® Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play

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Description

Full Length Play

Comedy

Settings Of Play - The dining room of a Victoria vicarage-type house on a weekend in July.

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Interior Set

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College Theatre / Student, Professional Theatre, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups

RECOGNITION / AWARDS

Tony, From Broadway, From West End

Winner! 2009 Tony® Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play
In this play, Annie has arranged to spend an illicit weekend with her sister Ruth's husband Norman, and for this reason, suitably disguised, has asked her elder brother Reg and his wife Sarah to look after their widowed mother and the house. As it happens the seduction, thought or planned, by each of the six characters never takes place either.

Table Manners is part of The Norman Conquests trilogy.


REVIEWS

"Superb comic trilogy. Mr. Ayckbourn is the most remarkable British dramatist to have emerged since Harold Pinter." - London Sunday Times


Table Manners premiered at the Library Theatre Co. in Scarborough in June 1973 under the direction of Eric Thompson.
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3m, 3f

NORMAN
TOM
SARAH
ANNIE
REG
RUTH
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Alan Ayckbourn

Alan Ayckbourn

Alan Ayckbourn has spent his life in theatre, rarely if ever tempted by television or film, which perhaps explains why he continues to be so prolific. To date he has written 77 plays, and his work has been translated into over 35 languages, is performed on stage and television throughout the world, and has won countless awards. Major successes include: Relatively Speaking, How the Other Half Loves ... view full profile

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