Easy Virtue by Noel Coward
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (3 yr. Acting / Stage Management)
Performances take place at the The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, NW3 3HY
One of Coward’s earlier and oft-neglected plays. Easy Virtue could be described as a melodrama of manners, in which the Whittakers, who epitomise suburban respectability, are confronted with their son John’s new wife Larita, an exotic and entirely unrespectable divorcée, whom he has met and married in France. Once established in the Whittaker household, Larita proceeds to blow apart the complacency of the Whittakers and their associates, sparking profound moral indignation and exposing the yearnings, rage and hypocrisy of this repressed community.
Booking Information Details
The last performance of this production was on 30 November 2013.
There are no further scheduled performances.
|Colonel Whittaker||CALLUM ROBERTSON|
|Mrs Whittaker||CHRISTA ENGELBRECHT|
|Hilda/Mrs Phillips||MAEVE O'SULLIVAN|
|John Whittaker||WILL DOUGLAS|
|Sarah Hurst||MILLY THOMAS|
|Charles Burleigh||NATHAN ARMARKWEI|
|Philip Bordon||JACK FARRAR|
|Harris / Henry Furley||RONAK PATANI|
|Hugh Petworth||EUAN FERGUS|
|Nina Vansittart||MORGANE POLANSKI|
|Bobby Coleman||TOM MALMED|
|Mrs Hurst||JESSICA DAVIE|