The Good Hope

by  Herman Heijermans, Lee Hall

Full Length Play, Drama  /  13m, 6f

The voyage of the Good Hope is a journey on which the life of an entire community depen's. A storm rages, the women and children wait ashore, an unseaworthy boat forced to put to sea follows the Greenland catch ... This Dutch classic of social realis…

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    13m, 6f
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  • Audience

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    • Adult

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The voyage of the Good Hope is a journey on which the life of an entire community depen's. A storm rages, the women and children wait ashore, an unseaworthy boat forced to put to sea follows the Greenland catch ... This Dutch classic of social realist theatre has been relocated to the Yorkshire fishing community of Whitby in 1900. The choice of music is left to the director.
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  • No Special Cautions

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  • Minimum Fee: £67 per performance plus VAT when applicable.

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Details

  • Time Period: 1900-1910
  • Setting: A quay, a courtyard

Casting

13m, 6f
M13 (late teens-elderly)
F6 (20s-elderly)
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Authors

Herman Heijermans

Herman Heijermans

Lee Hall

Lee Hall was born in Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1966 and studied English Literature at Cambridge University. He has worked as a writer in theatre, TV, radio and film. He has been writer in residence at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Live Theatre, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Theatre: Wittgenstein on Tyne, Live Theatre 1996; Bol ...

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