Still
Alice

Adapted by Christine Mary Dunford

Production synopsis Alice Howland is a university professor at the height of her career. Fiercely independent, with a husband and two children, Alice seeks to make sense of her changing world as her memory begins to fail. Alice strives to remain true to the woman she has always been, while relationships shift within her family, in her work and most importantly with herself.

Uncompromising yet tender, this new adaptation of the award-winning novel by Lisa Genova truthfully acknowledges life with a progressive disease – its conflicts and burden, and its small, priceless victories.

A powerful and poignant play, it is both heart-breaking and hopeful.

CAST

Alice – Vivien Goodwin

Herself – Sarah Tortell

John – Paul Harris

Thomas – Dominic Higginson-Clarke

Lydia/ Beth – Anastasia Finch

Dr Tamara – Helen McDonald

Dr Davis – Gaynor Griffin

05 Mar

12 Mar

7:45pm


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Running Time

Approximate running time 1 ½ hours. Please note, this production has no interval.

Content

The play contains a little strong language, consistent with its context.

Directed by

John Wilson

Accessibility

We have excellent accessibility, including a seat for a wheelchair user, a lift to the upper level and an induction loop. Please contact enquiries@gwt.org.uk should you have any questions or additional needs regarding the comfort of your visit.

Theatre Credit

This amateur production of Still Alice is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd.

www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Still Alice
“How long are we still ourselves?

And, how long do others around us still consider us ourselves?”

05 Mar

12 Mar

7:45pm


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