David Eldridge’s Under the Blue Sky will complete its run at the Duke of York’s Theatre on 20 September as previously scheduled. Directed by Anna Mackmin, Under the Blue Sky is designed by Lez Brotherston with lighting by Mark Henderson and sound by Paul Arditti, and is produced in the West End by Sonia Friedman Productions, Robert G. Bartner and Jamie Hendry.
The cast is Francesca Annis (Anne), Lisa Dillon (Helen), Nigel Lindsay (Robert), Chris O’Dowd (Nick), Dominic Rowan (Graham) and Catherine Tate (Michelle).
Under The Blue Sky is a funny and touching play - three subtly connected love stories that reveal in turn the roller-coaster ride of lust in its prime, the sacrifices of a life in public service and unrequited passions. In the long shadow of the twentieth century, Eldridge’s play gives us an all too recognisable portrayal of the way in which uncertainties, misunderstanding and the unsaid lead to unexpected results for three couples who seem destined never to say the right thing.
Anna Mackmin’s production marks the West End premiere of David Eldridge’s Under the Blue Sky, which received its world premiere at the Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs in September 2000, directed by Rufus Norris.
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