In the three-hander, Chancellor plays a sexually obsessed woman in a second marriage to a crippled artist who, with his best friend as advisor, seeks to determine what a husband’s proper role should be. Chancellor was just seen on stage in Howard Brenton’s Never So Good at the National and is a familiar screen face from Spooks, Pride and Prejudice and Four Weddings and a Funeral. She’s joined in Creditors by Tom Burke as the husband and Owen Teale (who was in the 2003 revival of Strindberg’s Dance of Death with Ian McKellen) as his friend.
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- by Terri Paddock