Double Double (Elice and Rees)

by  Roger Rees, Eric Elice

Full Length Play, Drama  /  1m, 1f

"A glossy romantic thriller. I enjoyed every minute... It should be seen to be believed." - The London Sunday Times

"A classic of whodunitry... Unbeatable."- The Times Educational Supplement

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Double Double (Elice and Rees)

by  Roger Rees Eric Elice

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    1m, 1f
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    Mystery/Thriller

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Phillipa James has plucked down and out Duncan McFee from London's Embankment and installed him in a luxury apartment, purely as a business arrangement based on Duncan's uncanny resemblance to her late husband Richard who unfortunately died just prior to his forty fifth birthday when he would inherit a million pounds. All Duncan has to do for a half share is impersonate Richard at a birthday party and convince the family solicitor that Richard is alive, well and still married to Phillipa. But Phillipa didn't expect to fall in love with Duncan and has she told him the whole truth? A stunning climax leaves the audience gasping.
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Reviews

"A glossy romantic thriller. I enjoyed every minute... It should be seen to be believed." - The London Sunday Times "A classic of whodunitry... Unbeatable."- The Times Educational Supplement "Ends with a brilliant coup de theatre." - Sunday Today

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Roger Rees

Roger Rees was born in Aberystwyth, Wales, and started his career with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He played Malcolm in the acclaimed Trevor Nunn 1976 stage and 1978 television production of Macbeth. Rees created the title role in the original production of the play The Life and Adventu ...

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Eric Elice

Eric "Rick" Elice earned his BA from Cornell University, his MFA from the Yale Drama School and is a Teaching Fellow at Harvard. He was the salutatorian graduate of Francis Lewis High School in Queens, New York (class of 1973) and is a charter member of the American Repertory Theatre. With Marshall Bri ...

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