DIRECTED by Peter Wilson

An absorbing, touching and exciting drama that deals with the problems of how we relate to our parents as we move through adult life. It is the story of Gene, a widower, with an elderly mother who he loves and an eighty year old father, who he has never loved, hard as he tried.

The play tells the story of the Garrison Family through a series of flashbacks and dramatic confrontations. This device provides some wonderful opportunities for the actors of good, exciting and dramatic narrative as well as giving the audience an evening of total THEATRE.

The playwright Robert Anderson, who also received an Academy Award nomination for his screenplay, is a writer of skill, insight, feeling and deep compassion. He also wrote Tea and Sympathy, Until They Sail, The Nun's Story and The Sand Pebbles for the screen as well as several other plays for the Broadway stage.

The play started life on the Broadway stage where it had a successful run and was then made into a highly acclaimed film starring Gene Hackman and Melvyn Douglas, both of whom received Academy Award nominations for their performances.

Performed in the Main Auditorium Thursday 13th - Saturday 15th June 2002

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