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One woman's struggle with the difficulties of her personal and family life.
At forty one, Harper Regan suddenly leaves her family in the suburbs of West London and sets off on a mission to see her father before he dies. Her journey becomes a road trip through the heart of England in this violent and comic exploration of the moralities of sex and death. It explores Harper's relationship with her daughter, husband and mother.
|Character||Original Cast, National Theatre 2008|
|Harper Regan||Lesley Sharp|
|Duncan Woolley||Eamon Boland|
|Alison Woollley||Susan Brown|
|James Fortune||Brian Capron|
|Mickey Nestor||Jack Deam|
|Tobias Rich||Troy Glasgow|
|Justine Ross||Jessica Harris|
|Mahesh Aslam||Nitin Kundra|
|Elwood Barnes||Michael Mears|
|Sarah Regan||Jessica Raine|
|Seth Regan||Nick Sidi|
Premiered at the Gesher Theater in Tel Aviv in November 2009 under the direction of Oded Kotler, with Laura Rivlin in the principal role.
Premiere at Off-Theater in Vienna in January 2017 under the direction of Markus Emil Felkel, with Pilar Aguilera playing the title role.
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