|Communicating Doors is at Scarborough this August|
Key North-East Openings this August
Date: 2 August 2010
Amongst the major openings in the North-East (Yorkshire region) this month are:
>OPENING 8 August 2010, Communicating Doors is at Stephen Joseph Theatre with a cast including Liza Goddard and Laura Howard. Alan Ayckbourn directs his 1994 comedy thriller, that like much of his work is inspired by early film noir classics like Hitchcock’s Psycho. Call-girl Ms Poupee Desir finds herself running for her life after examining the mysterious door in her hotel room a little too closely. The season continues until 8 October.
- Vicky Ellis
|saw this play on saturday night , communicating doors is one of my favourite alan A plays ,first itme ihave seen it staged for years in the uk , previously saw it in sarasota usa . whether it was sitting in the round at sjt , the wonderful set or the great actors , but i felt really part of the action/ involved not just watching a play . there were some laughs and probably more as actors settle into the play , some real moments of tension and one or two real shocks made the whole audience jump the whole cast were great , but special mention must go to Laura Doddington who was so real and natural was not like watching someone acting , we felt every emotion poopay did , well done sjt hope this tours would love to see it in the midlands , however 4 hour drive was worth it - rob g ||09 Aug 10|
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