What holds a relationship together when the throes of passion fade? Children? Respect? Money? For Dolores and Hank it's a monkey. Soul plays Hank, once a tanned, taut surfer dude and now, 15 years later, a washed up travelling salesman. Hamilton plays his wife who has been caught up in an unusual ménage à trois.
Although perhaps best-known for his Hutch incarnation and recording forays, Soul has worked extensively in theatre. He recently played the Narrator in the West End production of Willy Russell's Blood Brothers, a role he originated in Australia and New Zealand. Other British credits include Speed the Plow at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln, the national tour of The Aspern Papers and the London production of Catch Me If You Can. Hamilton also appeared in the Lincoln production of Speed the Plow; her other British stage credits include Missing in Action (M.I.A) at the Grace and Jermyn Street Theatres.
Brennan Street directs. Street has directed more than 50 projects in the past four years, including productions of Blue Eyes Red, Thugs and Absolution which was nominated for Best Production/Play by the Writers Guild in 1997. Set design is by Krystyna Loboda Iwaniec whose recent credits include Approaching Zanzibar, Stark Raving and Absolution, all directed by Brennan Street.
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