Ross and Rachel
Ross & Rachel by James Fritz 3rd and 4th June, 7.45 pm.
Our Next Studio Production is Directed by Neil Kitson
Tickets on sale from 15th May, Price £10 and includes a drink from the bar either before or after the performance. Please Note: There is no box office at the theatre on the morning of Saturday 3rd June, but you can buy tickets on the door on Saturday and Sunday evenings. Theatre door open at 7.00 pm. This new intimate play by James Fritz, Ross and Rachel, was one of the ‘critical darlings’ of 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, (“a virtuosic piece of writing”-Time Out) acted by Molly Veres. It is a true small scale, studio production, intimate with an intensity born out of the rawness of its subject matter. Joy Brankin-Frisby (last here in Betrayal) stars in our production of this disquieting duologue for one performer, which takes an unflinching look at the myths of modern love.
The play confronts what happens when two people are forced to handle the end of a relationship in the harshest of ways. It explores the idea of ‘happy-ever-after’, (sold to us by rom-coms and sitcoms, whether its’s Ross and Rachel or Romeo and Juliet), and how this affects our real-life relationships. Ross and Rachel leaves audiences thinking long and hard about love and endings of all kinds