Remembering Shanghai

reflections


REMEMBERING SHANGHAI 

written by Peter Eliot Weiss

co-directed by Tim Ginley and Chantal Plante

Remembering Shanghai is a sophisticated and witty one-act play written in the vein of Noel Coward’s Private Lives

The play replaces Coward's hotel in France with the terrace of a palliative care ward. With camp sophistication, terminally ill patients Elyot and Victor, confront death with a sensuous fantasy.

Dressed in exquisite silk robes and brandishing martini glasses and cigarettes, the two carry on with glittering wit as if dying well were the best revenge against their physical torment.


 The Cast:

Ian Stauffer
Lawrence Aronovitch


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