Love! Valour! Compassion!
By TERRENCE MCNALLY
Eight gay men. Three long weekends. One last summer.
Eight gay men.
Three long weekends.
One last summer.
Winner of the 1995 Tony Award for Best Play, Love! Valour! Compassion! is a monumental exploration into life, love and loss at the end of the millennium.
As hilarious as it is heart-breaking, Terrence McNally’s seminal work captures the zeitgeist of 90s America and forces the question - when reality hits home, who and what is most important to us?
Love! Valour! Compassion! explores sensitive issues relating to gender, sexuality, race, religion, politics, disability and HIV status. This show contains nudity, strong language and racially offensive language. It was written, set and originally performed in the mid 90s and the text reflects the social and cultural context of the time. We would recommend that all audience members should be 16 years old or older.
Haze, smoke, strobe lighting and loud noises may be used.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.
Love! Valour! Compassion! plays at the Bridewell Theatre from 5-9 July 2022.
GREGORY | James Daly
ARTHUR | Lewis McKenzie
PERRY | Robbie Fulford
JOHN / JAMES | Rob Ingham
BUZZ | Jacob Hajjar
BOBBY | Simon Brooke
RAMON | Fernando Cahnfeld
DIRECTOR and DESIGNER | Robert J. Stanex
PRODUCER | Rebecca Chisholm
MOVEMENT and INTIMACY DIRECTOR | Kimberly Barker
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR | Louise Roberts
ASSISTANT MOVEMENT DIRECTOR | Tom Leonard
STAGE MANAGEMENT | Michael Pearce
SET ENGINEER and CONSTRUCTION | Andrew Laidlaw
LIGHTING DESIGNER | Ben Hussey
SOUND DESIGNER | Adam Lockett
SOUND & LIGHTING OPERATOR | Shiri Stern
TUTU DESIGNER | Clare Harding
TUTU CONSTRUCTION | Deborah Lean, Paula Mount, Marianne Moulder-McPhee
DIALECT COACH | Jacob Hajjar
STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY | Paul Nicholas Dyke @PNDPhoto
THEATRE PHOTOGRAPHY | Michael Smith
SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKE UP | InkBound.co.uk Custom-made temporary tattoos
COMMITTEE LIAISON | Tim Garrad
Gala night: Friday 8 July - tickets include a glass of fizz and programme
- Tuesday 5 July 2022 7.30pm
- Wednesday 6 July 2022 7.30pm
- Thursday 7 July 2022 7.30pm
- Friday 8 July 2022 7.30pm
- Saturday 9 July 2022 5.00pm