The Wedding Party by Julia Pascal will be performed on 17 December 2013 at 2.30pm in The Actors Centre, 1a Tower Street , London WC2H 9NP
Directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser
Thursday 10th October 2013
Black Box Theatre,
Rubin Hall, 35 Fifth Avenue, New York
Between 5th Avenue and West 10th Street
Monday 14th October 2013
Theatre for the New City,
155 1st Avenue
Between East 9th / East 10th Street
Three former soldiers are trapped in a whale. When a boy from another war zone arrives, they are forced to deal with their own pasts.
Inspired by true stories told by child soldiers and ex-combatants from across the world; collected by Ailin Conant during a year of creative work in Kashmir, Israel, Lebanon, and Rwanda.
60 minutes with no interval.
Produced by Julia Pascal
for Pascal Theatre Company
Directed by Thomas Kampe
Sound Design by Nick Ryan
The Heritage Lottery Fund
noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm.
A site-specific event at Trent Park.
Who was listening in to the German Generals at this luxurious prisoner of war camp in North London?
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premieres at The New Diorama Theatre
Sweden, Paris, Tel Aviv 1982.
After the success of her first play on Israel, Crossing Jerusalem, at The Tricycle Theatre, Pascal explores the cycle of Middle Eastern violence that spilled all over Europe.
The New Diorama Theatre
15-16 Triton Street
London NW1 3BF
020 7383 9034
or 020 7383 0920
Pascal has just received a 2011 Award from the European Association of Jewish Culture. This is to work on a new play about the Jewish return to England. She is working with director Faynia Williams.
Two new plays.
BROKEN ENGLISH is based on a secret history set in 1947 when Jewish activists planned to assassinate the Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin as a protest against his White Paper and its Jewish quota.
WOMAN ON THE BRIDGE which is set today. It explores the story of a London woman who goes to the Brooklyn Bridge in order to jump off it.
PUBLIC READING JANUARY 20 2012 at 2.30pm. Central London venue.
Details/Bookings 020 7383 0920
Curated as part of The League of Professional Theatre Women’s 30th anniversary.
Pascal’s THE DYBBUK had its US premiere at the THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY in Manhattan in August 2010.