Mobile 4, Dear John & Playing With Fire
Mobile 4 by Stephen Jeffreys
It is three o'clock in the morning in a London art gallery. Just as art reveals truth in a new light, so a group from a commune, preparing an exhibition of sculpture, feel impelled to re-examine their lives wile waiting for the artist to appear.
Dear John by Jimmie Chinn
Things have not gone well for Bruce and Betty since they married seven years ago, and his friendship with another married woman does not help the situation. Explaining their personal feelings to John, a mutual friend, creates a captivating play which has humour as well as emotion.
Playing with Fire by August Strindberg
A chance to see Strindberg's most successful one acter which he described as 'a difficult piece because it is meant tragically, yet has a semi-comical ending'. The whole action of the play takes place in the morning before breakfast. A group of five comfortable people whiling away their time are joined by Axel, a young man about to be divorced. His presence shakes the group out of their apparent apathy and leads them irrevocably towards a dangerous outcome suggested by the play's title.
- MOBILE FOUR
- DEAR JOHN
- PLAYING WITH FIRE