In the second of our two-part interview series for Two for the Seesaw, we catch up with leady lady Elsie Bennett, who tells us why she loves the 1958 play’s old Hollywood charm and how much she’s enjoying her Bronx accent. Find out what her co-star and Buckland Theatre Company founder Charles Dorfman said here. Time to get booking!
William Gibson’s 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw is currently being revived at Trafalgar Studios care of Buckland Theatre. In this interview with Buckland founder and leading man Charles Dorfman, he talks about his aims for the company, still just two years old, and why he relates to writing from the 1950s. Watch out for our next interview in our Featured Show series with co-star Elsie Bennett. Time to get booking!
Travel back to 1950s New York with these first-look photos of the long-overdue West End premiere of William Gibson’s 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw, which officially opens to the press on Tuesday. Scroll through our bumper, first-look production shots of stars Charles Dorfman and Elsie Bennett in action – and then get booking!
We’re counting down to the long-overdue West End premiere of William Gibson’s 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw, which starts performances at Trafalgar Studios 2 care of Buckland Theatre on 12 July. Sneak a peek into rehearsals with stars Charles Dorfman and Else Bennett and director Gary Condes with our gallery below – and then get booking!
Buckland Theatre Company makes its West End debut with William Gibson’s Two for the Seesaw next month at Trafalgar Studios 2. This 1958 comedy-drama has a fascinating, and stellar, stage to screen history. Gen up below – and then get booking!
Two For The Seesaw will mark Buckland Theatre Company’s first West End production, following previous sold-out shows at the Park Theatre. Directed by Gary Condes, William Gibson’s play will open at Trafalgar Studios on 12 July 2018 for a strictly limited run until 4 August.
Lette works in plugs. His life seems normal – he is happily married, and doing well in his firm. But then he is told that he may not present a new product at a convention because his face is ‘unacceptable’. It turns out that Lette’s visage is unspeakably ugly, and no one ever told him.
Park Theatre’s new Spring Summer 2017 season features an array of new writing across both spaces including several world premiere comedies together with the long-awaited European premiere of David Henry Hwang’s Braodway hit Chinglish, an acclaimed musical revival of Jonathan Larson’s tick tick BOOM! and an all-male staging of A Clockwork Orange.