The Dresser — with Ken Stott, Reece Shearsmith (Oct 2016)

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The Dresser

Director: Sean Foley; Written by: Ronald Harwood; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Ken Stott, Reece Shearsmith, Sean Fole

Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith will be taking on the roles of Sir and Norman (the dresser) in this eagerly awaited revival of Ronald Harwood's greatest play.

The story explores the relationship between two completely different men, who are nevertheless totally dependent on each other. As a once-famous classical actor, 'Sir' is troubled by his latest role: King Lear. It falls to his faithful dresser to coax another great performance from him, and to keep both the show and its star from falling apart.

 

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