The Buckland Theatre company have released publicity images of their latest show Some Girl(s), which runs at the Park Theatre from the 14th July until the 6th August.
Directed by Gary Condes, Neil LaBute’s play is a dark comedy which looks at the modern day relationships between people.
Guy is desperate to clear his conscience before he gets married to his beautiful bride to be. But as he sets off on his psychological and physical journey across America, to make amends with four old flames, the question is: is there something – or someone – he’s missing?
Neil LaBute’s play has previously been performed in London and New York, while in 2013 it was transformed for a big screen adaptation.
Meanwhile, for this new production the cast will include: Charles Dorfman,Carolyn Backhouse, Elly Condron, Roxanne Pallett and Carly Stenson.
Some Girl(s) will feature set and costume by PJ McEvoy, lighting design by Joe Price and sound design by Andy Hinton.
Ahead of the run, Buckland Theatre will be hosting series of free readings examining themes of power and love in the compelling works of Neil LaBute. Beginning with Reasons To Be Pretty on 13 June at Henry Wood House, Buckland will also present The Shape of Things, Fat Pig and This Is How It Goes. Whilst at Park Theatre, Buckland Theatre Company will also host a range of post-show Q&As which will explore the wider context of the Some Girl(s). The first of these will be a post-show discussion with the cast on 21 July hosted by Terri Paddock, theatre commentator and founder of MyTheatreMates.com, StageFaves.com and WhatsOnStage. Further post-show events will be announced in due course.
Some Girl(s) will run at the Park Theatre’s Park90 from the 14th July to the 6th August. For more information and to book tickets visit: https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/some-girls.