A pair of Feydeau shorts (2006)
Hortense a dit ‘je m'en fous'
Monsieur Follbraguet, a dentist, has just finished treating Monsieur Vildamour when he has to confront his furious wife who refuses to tolerate her rude and disrespectful ‘femme de chambre' (Hortense) any longer and demands that she be dismissed instantly. A quarrel between husband and wife ensues which is punctuated by the comical comings and goings of a mixture of discontented servants and suffering patients.
M. Vildamour - Adam Kirkpatrick
M. Follbraguet - Roger Baines
Adrien - Ben Engel
Marcelle Follbraguet - Virginie Breton
Hortense - Elise Aru
M. Jean - Matthew Raczynski
Mme. Dingue - Dani Limon
La Cuisinière - Claudine Tourniaire
Lebouc - Gordon Turner
C'est une femme du monde
In a Parisian restaurant presided over by a charming headwaiter two gentlemen await potential new mistresses. But when the women arrive, there are some big surprises on the menu for all of them.
Alfred - Adam Kirkpatrick
Philomèle - Elise Aru
Gigolet - Gordon Turner
Paturon - Jonathan Pierrel
Pervenche - Dani Limon
Giboulette - Claudine Tourniaire
Director: Ralph Yarrow
Lighting and décor: Tristan Cass, Matt Meen, and Ralph Yarrow
Costume Hire: Alladin’s Cave, Dereham
Dentist’s Chair provided by Dogfish
Video: Jeff Clayton
Photos: David Kirkland
Poster: Melanie Lavery
Homme à tout faire: Jeff Clayton
Thanks to Jon Hyde and Tristan Cass from the UEA Drama Studio, School of Pharmacy, Nola Merckel, Tim Tracey, James Sawrey-Cookson, Jimmy Cross, The Maddermarket Theatre, Nick of Dogfish, Jessica Louise Abidde, Maria Galang, Alma Fournier-Carballo, Fran Apolon.