Stone

By Edward Bond

November 1988

A one-act play by Edward Bond described as a ‘parable of oppression’, Stone tells the story of one man’s struggle through life and reflects the barriers that authority puts up in his way. Although thought-provoking, Stone is also known for its great humour and pace.

DIRECTOR
David Grant

DESIGNER
Frank Quinn

LIGHTING DESIGNER
Steven Wright

COSTUME DESIGNER
Kate Roddy

CAST
Man  –  Tim Loane
Mason/Judge  –  Peter Quigley
Tramp/Policeman  –  Lalor Roddy
Girl/Washerwoman  –  Anthea McWilliams

MUSICIANS
Andrew Roddy
Jules Maxwell