Two one-act plays, written by Gareth Owen, featuring the hilarious struggles of a would-be genius to pen a world-shattering autobiography and an actor, inspired to play Marc Antony by his hero, Marlon Brando. Performed by Gareth Owen and Peter Hayter.
Wayne Swann: “A brilliant and entertaining piece of theatre. Great acting and great writing. See it!"
Phil Leach:“What a great night of theatre. Two contrasting pieces showing Gareth’s versatility as both a writer and performer. Peter’s performance was spot on with great comic timing mixed with huge emotional impact.”
Chris Barltrop:“Subtle and witty writing, intriguing and entertaining performances.”
Prue Britten: “What an evening. Brilliantly paced, plenty of light and shade. I really loved it.
'A torrent of jovial mockery'. The Sunday Times
'A brilliantly written tragi-comedy monologue'. Birmingham Mail.
'Holds the audience spellbound'. The Stage
'Gripping and brilliant'. Sy Syna, News of News York