In Two Minds by Richard Harris. Director Eve Stone.
Set in the present day, divorced go-ahead bookseller David is moving into a new home in outer London with his partner Annie.
Strange events cast a shadow over their new home and cause David’s negative thoughts to rise to the surface.
Their seemingly sinister neighbour, Mr Hewlett, keeps popping in uninvited. Mr Hewlett is married – but where is his wife? Why are their burnt clothes in the garden? Why don’t the exterior measurements of the house don’t match those of the interior? What’s in the cupboard?
David seems ready to excuse everyone of everything, but Annie struggles to cope with his doubts and insecurities. She finds herself in two minds about their relationship.
Photos & review below.
David Freedman Simon Church
Annie Bishop Laura Gamble
Anthony Hewlett Tony Skeggs
Gina Beverly Ashman
Stage Director Del Stone
Asst Stage Director John Heather
Set construction & decor John Heather, Andrew Heather, Adrian Pope, Ian Saunders, Del Stone, members of T62
Lighting design David Hart
Sound design Andrew Herbert
Technical Assistants Daniel McIIhiney, James Quinn
Stage Manager Sue Hicks
Asst Stage Managers Ryan Gray, Nicola Wilkinson
Props Sandie Campbell
Costumes Eve Stone
Make-up & hair Jean Golder, Penny Vetterlein, Christine Lever
Prompt Janet Claerk, Beryl Neal
House Manager John Heather
Refreshments Lynne Craig, Audrey Knighton
Raffle Sandie Campbell, Sue Hicks
Box Office Margaret Uzzell
Poster/programme design Graham Copeland
Programme Editor John Guttridge
IN TWO MINDS, Reviewed by Peter Steptoe (Croydon Advertiser)