Remembrance, Graham Reid’s most popular play, may be set against the “Troubles” in Northern Ireland, but it tells the poignant and moving story of a Protestant widower and a Roman Catholic widow who happen to meet in the cemetery where their sons are buried.
Gradually and gently, the friendship of two lonely people develops into something deeper, despite the objections of their children, objections that provide the play with both its most violent outbursts and its greatest comic moments.
Remembrance has been performed all over the world. It ran for 8 months at the Irish Arts Centre in New York and, interestingly, for 18 months in Hebrew in Tel Aviv.
Behind the Scenes
Rotating Stage Slaves
Front of House
Programme Photography & Publicity
Paul Bilton, Imma Ortega
Andreas Stahl & Kerstin Preuschoff
Jamie Langridge, Carolina Diaz Quijano,
Dustin Rees, Iain Richardson,
Marianne Alewine, Rachel Lundeen,
Florence Razoux, Martin Russell, Karen Siber
Ana Alvarez, Lynda Klomann, Sally Krauer,
Sheila von Arx (Crew Head), Claudia Wicki
Joan Bridgman, Dorothy Nauer
Claudia Bodmer & Tania Khanschassoff
Xavi Ferró, Phil Margolis, Tom Namovich,
Cameron Roy, Dominic Waithe, Harry Woolley
Sylvia Day, Christine Eusebio, Celeste Graf,
Gillian-Joy Bailly-Cowell & Stephen Brindley
Noeleen Blaich (Idea), Jamie Langridge (Exec.)
David Roscoe (Ed.), Peter Schietinger (Design)