Who Will Carry The Word? at the Brockley Jack
Imperial Productions presents
Who Will Carry the Word?
by Charlotte Delbo
Translated from the French by Cynthia Haft
18th - 29th October 2011
the Jack Studio Theatre, Brockley
"This play has to take the cast and the audience to the very edge of what it is possible to endure, and over it. That it succeeds so much is a tribute to all concerned..."
Based on the true story of Charlotte Delbo, a member of the French resistance who spent nearly three years in concentration camps, Who Will Carry the Word? depicts the lives of nineteen women while they share a barracks in Auschwitz. This is their story of sacrifice and friendship, and their hope to journey back and tell the truth to the world.
The play runs for two weeks from Tuesday 18th - Saturday 29th October 2011. There are only ten performances, Tuesday – Saturday nightly at 7.45pm. There will also be two preview performances (one in the afternoon and one in the evening – times TBC) on Thursday 13th October 2011 at All Saints Arts Centre, 122 Oakleigh Road North, N20 9EZ.
Please note this production is unsuitable for children under 14.
All tickets £12 (£10 concessions)
How to Find Us
The show runs at The Jack Studio Theatre, 410 Brockley Road, Brockley, SE4 2DH. Click here for map.
By overground: Honor Oak Park (East London Line), 10 minute walk
By train: Crofton Park (trains from Blackfriars), 2 minute walk
By bus: Routes 122, 171, 172, P4 stop right outside
for full details please see www.brockleyjack.co.uk
in order of speaking
|Claire ||Amy O’Dwyer|
|Mounette ||Jodie Raven|
|Yvonne ||Rebecca Livermore|
|Gina ||Lucy Loader|
|Madeleine ||Chloë Nicolson|
|Réine ||Shaeran Thomas|
|Marie ||Laura Tarrant|
|Renée ||Roxanne Palmer|
|Agnès ||Mary Emmot|
|Hélène ||Jacqueline Coombs|
|Sylvie ||Rochelle Parry|
|Dédée ||Annie Tanton|
|Régine ||Louise Xavier|
|Elisabeth ||Abi Blears|
|Hortense ||Karen Hobbs|
|Denise ||Kirstie Brough|
|Monique ||Azlee Manley|
The Production Team
|Lighting Designer||Paul J Need|
|Assistant Lighting Designer||Dan Young|
|Poster and Graphics||Robin Innes|