Synopsis Or Review:
The Pitchfork Disney.
By Philip Ridley.
A pair of chocoholic twins with a fear of the outside world.
A nightclub entertainer without a filling in his head or a broken bone in his body.
A speechless man in a leather mask.
What do you do when the bad dreams you keep having walk through the front door and ask you what happened to Mummy and Daddy ?
Studded with dark jokes and images of shocking beauty, The Pitchfork Disney is a modern version of Babes In The Wood seen through an East End Gothic lens.
It is a haunting first stage play from a distinctive and original writer.
The exceptional young cast includes Rupert Graves, well known for his work on stage (A Madhouse In Goa) and screen (A Room With A View), Dominic Keating and Tilly Vosburgh.
©1991 Trystero Productions.
|Cast & Crew Information:
Presley Straw - Rupert Graves.
Haley Straw - Tilly Vosburgh.
Cosmo Disney - Dominic Keating.
The Pitchfork Cavalier - Stuart Rayner.
Director - Matthew Lloyd.
Designer - Moggie Douglas.
Producer - Lucy Koralek.
Lighting Designer - Danielle Bisson.
Stage Manager - James Reid.
Deputy Stage Manager - Simon Pearse.
Lighting / Sound Operator - Jenny Kagan.
Music - Nick Bicat.
Poster Design - Benjamin Koralek
Production Photographer - Sam Garwood.
Sorry, there are currently no images available to display for this production.
If you have images relevant to the production:
The Pitchfork Disney, and they may be displayed at Rupert Graves Online, please use the contact form here.