After the End by Dennis Kelly

A large scale terrorist nuclear attack drives Mark and his work colleague Louise down to Mark's old bomb shelter in his flat


After the End by Dennis Kelly

Louise wakes up to find herself in an underground nuclear fallout shelter belonging to her colleague Mark, who has rescued her from the devastation caused by a suitcase bomb. Luckily, Mark has stocked food, Dungeons and Dragons and a knife. Now they just have to wait.
After The End is an urgent play about human behaviour when it is forced into extreme measures and the consequences within the quest for power and ownership. This claustrophobic ride confronts the tensions and paranoia which continue to exist within Western culture and forces us to question how far we would go to survive.
This is an amateur production.

 

 

 

Director
Set Designer
Costume Designer
Lighting Designer
Sound Designer
Hair and Make-up
CSM/DSM
Assistant Stage Manager
Chief LX
Set Construction
Sound Design Co-ordinator
Wardrobe Supervisor
Scenic Artist


The Cast

Mark
Louise


Preview 8th July, 8.30pm,
9th July – 12th July, 6.30pm
Matinee 12th July, 1.00pm

This show contains nudity, strong language and sexual violence. Suitable for ages 16+
Strobe lighting during this performance.
First presented by Paines Plough and The Bush Theatre at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh on 5 August 2005

 





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