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Travesties

by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Michael McArdle
Assistant Producer Carole Couzens
Choreography Deborah Thompson
13th – 20th April 1985

Hoopsa, boyaboy, hoopsa!

What other playwright could pull it off: James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and Lenin improbably stuck side by side in the parched earth of Zurich in 1917 and defended with antic and eccentric vigour by Henry Carr, a semi-fictitious British consul cast as Ernest in an amateur production, master-minded by Joyce, of Wilde’s Importance of Bing Earnest.

Hurrah for Stoppard!

Part of the Barn’s 1984-1985 Season.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Michael McArdle
Assistant Producer
Carole Couzens
Choreography
Deborah Thompson

CAST

Henry Carr
Tristan Tzara
James Joyce
Gwendolen

CREATIVE TEAM

Production Secretary
Stage Manager
Set Painting
Costume Design
Special Advisor
Poster Design
Backstage Refreshments

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