A FORTHCOMING production at Doncaster’s Cast Theatre promises to be a real farce — and an award-winning one at that.
Terry Johnson’s comedy farce Hysteria will be on stage from Tuesday, February 28, to Wednesday, March 1.
The winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy in 1994, Hysteria tells the tale of Sigmund Freud meeting Salvador Dali — with a naked woman in a closet thrown in for good measure.
Four-time Olivier Award nominee and West End leading lady Summer Strallen, from The Sound of Music, joins Ged McKenna, Moray Treadwell and John Dorney in the show.
Hysteria marks a return to Doncaster by London Classic Theatre, which first toured to Cast last year with Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party.
Tickets for Hysteria at Cast cost £16.50 or £14.50 concessions and are available by calling 01302 303959 or visiting castindoncaster.com.
Performances begin at 7.30pm.
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