Living Together

by  Alan Ayckbourn

Full Length Play, Drama  /  3m, 3f

Winner! 2009 Tony® Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Play
Winner! 2009 Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play


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Living Together

by  Alan Ayckbourn

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Annie, the Cinderella of the family, lives in the shabby Victorian vicarage type house where the family was brought up. Reg, her brother, and his wife Sarah come to stay for a week end so that she may go away for a "rest". The general idea is that Annie ought to pair off with Tom. But for this week end it is Norman, the raffish assistant librarian husband of Annie's sister Ruth, with whom she planned to go. They were to meet secretly but Norman turns up early. When Annie calls the whole thing off Norman decides to stay on at the house and gets roaring drunk.

Living Together is part of The Norman Conquests trilogy.

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Accolades

  • Winner! 2009 Tony® Award for Best Revival of a Play
    Winner! 2009 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Play
    Winner! 2009 Outer Critics Circle Outstanding Revival of a Play

Reviews

"Superb comic trilogy. Mr. Ayckbourn is the most remarkable British dramatist to have emerged since Harold Pinter." - London Sunday Times

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  • Time Period: Contemporary
  • Setting: A sitting-room

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Alan Ayckbourn

Alan Ayckbourn has spent his life in theatre, rarely if ever tempted by television or film, which perhaps explains why he continues to be so prolific. To date he has written 77 plays, and his work has been translated into over 35 languages, is performed on stage and television throughout the world, and has won countles ...

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