CLOSURE

Donald Barlow never knew his Father, Gordon Devereaux never knew he had a son. Following his mother’s death, Barlow decides to find out more about his birth father. 

He hires an investigator who tracks down Gordon Devereaux who refuses to take any responsibility for the situation. Donald’s daughter Claire determines to find out more. But despite going to Canada with her son Gardie, and meeting with Devereaux, the hoped for closure seems as far away as ever. Could Gordie hold the key? 

“Closure” is an endearing story that illustrates some of the dilemmas faced following World War II.

2019 Line up

23 March – 6 April - Closure by Ron Blicq

11 May – The Winslow Boy - by Terrence Rattigan - rehearsed reading directed by Dave Stearns 

15-29 June – Glide Time by Roger Hall.  

14-28 September - Les Liaisons Dangereuses. 

30 November – 14 December - April Philips’ two one-act plays, Bonking James Bond and Snip.

Interested in Directing?

Cambridge Repertory Society have put together a handbook for Directors. It contains useful reference information relating to productions and includes all roles and responsibilities for the full production team. It's a great overview and well worth a read!If you are interested, and want to know more, please contact us on mail@cambridgerepertory.org.nz

 

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