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 My Sister In This House
by Wendy Kesselman

Produced by IntuThink
Directed by Hanna Wiles
Cast: Hanna Waite, Georgia Clare, Shelley Hill and Keeley Harker

Winner of the Playbill Award and produced to acclaim at the Actors Theatre of Louisville originally, and at NYC's Second Stage.

This extraordinary all-woman drama is set in provincial France in the early 1930's. Two young, country sisters enter domestic service in the bourgeois household of a penurious widow and her homely daughter. Neither pair speaks to the other: two sets of women separated and confined by social convention, personality, and the house itself. The relationship of the sisters slowly evolves into obsession, brought about by isolation and by emotions left from childhood. Trapped in a garret room, the sisters' violent downstairs-upstairs collision with Madame Danzard and the lumpy Isabelle seems certain.

"A subtle, almost tender study of four lonely women whose strange and complex relationship ends in an outrage of violence . . . A haunting beauty of a play" - N.Y. Post

WENDY KESSELMAN's adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank received a Tony Award Nomination and was produced on Broadway. Her plays include My Sister in this House; The Notebook; The Last Bridge; I Love You, I Love You Not; The Executioner's Daughter; The Juniper Tree, A Tragic Household Tale; Maggie Magalita; Becca, A Musical, a musical adaptation of Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities; and a musical adaptation of Chekhov's The Black Monk.


20.00 hrs, 4 & 5 November 2005.
Antibéa Théâtre, 15 rue Clémenceau, Antibes, France.


18 Euros (15 Euros Students)

04 93 24 35 89
06 63 09 68 60


as Christine Lutton

Keeley’s work includes : Widow Douglas in Huckleberry Finn (Vienna’s English Theatre), Helen in Why Me? (Paul Farrah Productions), Mam in Young Hearts (Hull Truck Theatre Co.), Allison in You Are Here, which was showcased at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre for a season of new writing.

Directing and as Léa Lutton

Hanna’s early acting career started in the United Kingdom after having moved from her native Sweden. She has had a long association with the Red Pear Theatre Co and performed in My Mother Said I Never Should to a full house in 2001. She now hopes to bring more professional English speaking theatre to the French Riviera.

as Mme Danzard

Shelley’s early performaces in England include Hamlet, Les Mouches, Macbeth, The Father and A Cuckoo in the Nest. In Monaco she organised conferences on James Joyce, Samuel Beckett and Yeats, and more recently she has been working with Dominique Czapski, Artistic Director of Antibéa Théâtre.

as Isabelle Danzard

Georgia‘s work includes : The Secret Diaries of Sam Jackson (Molehill Productions), Emily in Coral Strand (White Bear Productions), Lady Macbeth (Valley Theatre) and most recently the restoration comedy The Country Wife playing Margery (Pattern 23 Theatre Co).

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