The Last Dance – Frontier Theatre Production

  FRONTIER THEATRE PRODUCTIONS PROUDLY PRESENTS Spring and The Last Dance ​ Following the success of our first production, The Lovers of Viorne by Marguerite Duras we are excited to tell you about our next production, which runs from October 18th (preview) until November 5th. The Press Night will be on October 20th. ​ This


The Last Dance

A retired couple sit looking out to sea. Early evening. Late summer. She may be dying. He’s worried he’s losing his memory. But they love each other. Extract: Silence. They look at the sea. PETER                         What we call love is impossible to define. It has a different meaning for each of us. To define it


Only Connect

Mobile phones, internet, text messages, e-mails, chats : the means of communication multiply but do we communicate any more effectively as a result ? Six characters in search of love meet up, seduce each other, fall in love, fall out of love, argue, hate each other, split up, meet someone else and start again. False identities, true



While the England football team is busy getting eliminated from the World Cup and there are riots going on in nearby boroughs, Lennon’s second-hand record shop is under threat of being developed into the kitchen of an Italian restaurant run by his not-quite half-brother, Georgette… Extract : GEORGETTE               Well then? Pause What’ve you got to say


Living The Lie

The starting point for Living The Lie is a true story: after twenty years of pretending to be a doctor working for the World Health Organisation in Geneva, Jean-Claude Romand murdered his parents, wife and children and set fire to his house. He failed to kill himself and so was subsequently brought to trial and


I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know

A neuropsychiatrist deals with two patients traumatised like her by the Second World War and explores the working of human memory both individual and collective. “To restore the human subject at the centre – the suffering, afflicted, fighting, human subject – we must deepen a case history to a narrative or tale…” from “The Man


La Bonne Affaire

A french farce I never got round to doing in English

love exists

A man wakes up in a hospital bed. A woman he doesn’t know is there to ask him questions. Two little girls have disappeared.   Extract: A room in a hospital. Paul asleep in a bed. Diane sitting on a chair at the foot of the bed. A puzzle on a table. Paul wakes up.


Chroniques d’une Année de Crise

Three monologues to be played separately or together. There is no English version of this, it’s just too rooted in everyday life in Paris in the early 1990’s

Killing the King

A rock star with a death wish tops the bill at a huge outdoor concert for charity. Only in English and not currently available from my computer