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|Company||Don’t All Jump At Once|
|Reviews||Preview from EG by Jason Romney quotes Stewart, “Love for Pinter is devoid of Romeos. His is a love consummated in primal territorial struggle, perverse and obsessive sexual conflict and the darkest of filial forces”. Romney states, “The homecoming in question is that of Teddy, a prodigal son who has been overseas with his wife Ruth, a coolly sophisticated ‘femme fatale’ whose enigmatic past is rooted in the same working class geography and psychology as her husband’s family”.|
|Cast||Bernard Caleo (Teddy), John Flaus, Don Munro, Daniel Lillford, Karen Davies, Sean Kavanagh.|
|References||from: Theatre Production DB; Flier; TB mins 7/1988 and 3/1988|
|Notes||DAJAO application for funding to Theatre Board for selection of Beckett, 1988.|
|Notes||It included a task-based rehearsal schedule, allowing unprecedented insight into the process used by this generation of students (including Stephan Stewart, Tina Hokkinos and Bernard Caleo), most of whom completed the inter-departmental drama course. Listed in Bernard Caleo’s CV from writer’s grant application. Theatre Board funding application.|
|Notes||According to application for Theatre Board funding, the aim was to develop an involving, non-esoteric production of Pinter in which spectators could recognize themselves.|