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Days of Wine and Roses - Full Length Play

Days of Wine and Roses

J.P. Miller

Full Length Play

10m, 5f, 1girl(s)

ISBN: 9780822202813

'Days of Wine and Roses' was a 1962 black and white movie directed by Blake Edwards and starring Jack Lemmon in his first 'dramatic' role as a young alcoholic who drags his much-loved wife with him into the swamp of addiction - from which eventually only

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Days of Wine and Roses was a 1962 black and white movie directed by Blake Edwards and starring Jack Lemmon in his first 'dramatic' role as a young alcoholic who drags his much-loved wife with him into the swamp of addiction - from which eventually only he escapes. Northern Irish writer McCafferty has relocated J.P. Miller's screenplay to London in the 60's, centring it on a young couple just arrived from Belfast. Shattering yet frighteningly true-to-life, this stage version of Days of Wine and Roses premieres at the trendy Donmar Warehouse in the heart of the West End in a production by Sam Mendes's production company directed by Peter Gill who last year staged McCafferty's National Theatre hit, Scenes from the Big Picture:
Famed as perhaps the most renowned product of television's "golden era," and then a major motion picture starring Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon, this powerful, deeply moving drama is now available in a skillful and imaginative stage version prepared by the original author.
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