By David Mamet
Wednesday 3rd to Saturday 6th July
When it opened off Broadway in 1992, “Oleanna” provoked fights in the Orpheum theatre foyer. This play is about sexual politics and power, how it can shift, and what happens to those who wield it against each other. It’s also about free speech, and whether suppressing it can ever be justified.
Part of the Abbeyfest at Merton Abbey Mills in the Colour House Theatre, this much-loved, romping comedy of mistaken identity will be performed from 22–25th and 27th of July 2013 (no Friday performance)
Country gentleman Mr Hardcastle has arranged a visit from his old friend’s son, Charles Marlow, in the hope that young Marlowe will hit it off with his daughter, Kate.
On the way, Marlow and his friend, George Hastings, become l…
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