Williamson revisits his early play Jugglers Three, set against the background of the Vietnam War and first performed in 1972.
Graham, a conscript, is just back from Vietnam and keen to see his wife Keren, a reunion complicated when Keren’s lover Neville arrives, followed by Neville’s pregnant wife. On top of this domestic comedy comes Graham’s reverberating question about the need tostop the war and the politics of protest.
A taut and dramtic work which combines the energy and biting satire of the early Williamson plays, with the craftsmanship of maturity.
Cast : 5M, 2F