Extremities by William Mastrosimone

Searing and shocking play transfers to Tabard Theatre following its successful revival


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Mastrosimone’s searing and shocking play, Extremities transfers to the Tabard Theatre following its successful revival at The Courtyard Theatre earlier this spring.

A Day like Any other: Nothing new is planned for Marjorie’s morning other than clearing away the breakfast plates left by housemates Terry and Patricia, until this morning brings two unwelcome visitors: the first, a wasp that stings Marjorie but escapes, the second, Raul, a stranger and serial rapist that strikes but is captured. This time he has met his match.

The housemates return to find the tables turned and Marjorie in control of Raul but not quite of herself. And as her rage consumes her, Marjorie shocks her friends with a proposal that challenges the perilously thin line between justice and vengeance...

Extremities is a chilling and disturbing journey of exploration through the impulses of self-preservation and revenge. This production by Epsilon productions has been nominated for ‘Best Play’ in the London Festival Fringe Awards and now plays a limited run at the Tabard Theatre.

'Extremities' contains strong language and scenes of a violent nature which some people may find disturbing. Over 15's only.

Extremities plays at The Tabard Theatre from Wednesday 20 April to Saturday 7 May @ 7:30 pm. No performances Sunday or Mondays. Tickets are priced £14 (£12 concessions)

Book online at www.tabardtheatre.co.uk or 0208 995 6035
Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, W4 1LW

April 21, 2011

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