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Separate Tables - Full Length Play, Drama

Separate Tables

Terence Rattigan

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Full Length Play, Drama

3m, 8f

ISBN: 9780573615276

"A triumph." - New York Post

"To his skill as a craftsman, Mr. Rattigan has added understanding and forgiveness. The finest thing he's written." - The New York Times

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Full Length Play

Drama

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Interior Set

These two plays are set in a shabby genteel hotel on England's south coast. Except for the two leads in each (which may be doubled) the same characters appear in both. In Table by the Window, a down-at-the-heels journalist is confronted by his ex-wife, a former model who provoked him to the violent act that sent him to prison, destroying his future. Still in love, they nevertheless go through another terrible scene and it is the hotel manager, Miss Cooper, who helps repair their broken lives. In Table Number Seven, a 'self-made' army colonel without any true background and education to which he lays claim, finds solace with a spinster over the objections of her ruthless, domineering mother. When a sordid scandal threatens to drive them apart, Miss Cooper again comes to the rescue.
"A triumph." - New York Post

"To his skill as a craftsman, Mr. Rattigan has added understanding and forgiveness. The finest thing he's written." - The New York Times

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3m, 8f

Author
Terence Rattigan

Terence Rattigan

Sir Terence Rattigan (1911-1977) was a dramatist who wrote some of the most memorable and important plays of the twentieth century. His career as a successful dramatist ran from the opening of his first adult work on the London stage in 1933, First Episode, written with a friend while he was still an undergraduate at Oxford, until his death shortly after the London opening of his last completed ... view full profile

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Jon Putzke 4/4/2014 11:42 AM
Excellent show for an ensemble cast.  Perhaps too dated unless given a production that was true to the late '40s, early 50s and done as a nostalgic piece.  I find the characters intriguing and like both plot lines.

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