One of Roger Hall’s classic plays, this comedy looks at the lives and the loves of middle-aged middle-class New Zealanders. Three couples come together for a dinner party that they really don’t want to attend. Flashbacks show the events leading up to the evening and touch on the issues of sex, life choices and marital dissatisfaction; which are as relevant today as when the play was written and set, in the mid-1970s.
Emily Watson and Kristine Hudson direct. This is the third New Zealand play in Marlborough Repertory’s 70th year celebrations.
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