Spring Production 2004 - "Time Flies" by David Ives, "Feeding the Ducks" by Michael Park, "Three Women" by Albert M. Brown, "Red Spy at Night" by Robert King
Time Flies by David Ives
Two mayflies, surprisingly human in their desires, discover that they have only 24 hours from birth to death. With the help of a human observer they learn to "seize the day!" There is a message for the audience here too...
by Michael Wilkinson, with Susan Aeschbach as May, a female Mayfly,
Simon Kessler as Horace, a male Mayfly, Peter Hilton as David
Feeding the Ducks by Michael Park
Successful businesswoman Clare has a secret rendezvous in the park, but the only person around when she arrives is a man feeding the ducks. Little does she realise the impact this total stranger is quickly going to have on her life…
Directed by Diane Zuger, with Michael Clarke as Billy and Stephanie Németh-Parker as Clare
Three Women by Albert M. Brown
Three women living in a senior citizen housing apartment get together for their weekly card game and the gossip and conversation takes on more importance than the actual card game.
Directed by Albert M. Brown, with Joy Scherer as Mrs. Baer, Susan Stafford as Mrs. Lyons and Valerie Walder as Mrs. Wolfe
Red Spy at Night by Robert King
During the dark days of the cold war an English, American and Russian spy spontaneously decide to cooperate to extract information on a top-secret new bomb from a French physicist. However, in this farce, fate - and, let's be honest, incompetence - interfere. So, who ends up getting the secret?
Production manager: John Stafford, Yvonne Fenn
Venue: Basler Kindertheater, Schützengraben, Basel
6/7/8/13/14/15 May 2004