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“The sleeping dog was the truth, do you see, and that man, the husband, insisted upon disturbing it.”
Ever had one of those sliding door moments? Or ever wish you could turn back the clock and start again?
Robert Caplan and his wife are entertaining her brother and sister-in-law, Olwen Peel and Charles Stanton – all of whom are associated with Robert in a publishing business. Robert insists on uncovering the truth about his brother Martin’s apparent suicide, but many unpalatable and uncomfortable revelations ensue. Will relationships ever be the same again?
Dangerous Corner was first performed at the Lyric Theatre, London, in 1932 and has been a stalwart of British theatre ever since.
|Robert Caplan||Geoff Dillon|
|Freda Caplan||Mercedes Yearley|
|Gordon Whitehouse||Stuart Scott|
|Betty Whitehouse||Christabel Wickert|
|Charles Stanton||Andy Masters|
|Olwen Peel||Rebecca Peel|
|Miss Mockridge||Jane Sheraton|
|Stage Manager||Sue Hicks|
|Assistant Stage Managers||Pauline Wathen, Ian Wathen|
|Wardrobe||Margaret Uzzell, Diana Quinn|
|Lighting Design||Andrew Herbert|
|Sound Design||Ian James|
|Technical Team||Jon Lewis|
|Prompts||Davina Pike and Janet Clark|