By Ron Hutchinson Directed by – Carryn McLean


David O Selznick—the Producer—TIM FRASER
Ben Hecht—the Script Writer—CHRIS JUCKES
Victor Fleming—the Director—ANDREW GOVEY
Miss Poppenguhl—the Secretary – CHRISTINE SMITH


Thursday 23rd February at 8.00pm
Friday 24th February at 8.00pm
Saturday 25th February at 8.00pm
Sunday 26th February Matinee at 2.00pm
Wednesday 1st March at 8.00pm
Thursday 2nd March at 8.00pm
Friday 3rd March at 8.00pm
Saturday 4th March at 8.00pm

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Synopsis:      The play is set in Hollywood 1939 – Semi –independent mogul David O Selznick has just shut down the film production of Margaret Mitchell’s bestselling novel “Gone With The Wind” after three weeks of shooting. His reputation (not to mention his bank balance) is on the line and he is determined to have the rewrites completed in five days. He engages a somewhat reluctant script doctor Ben Hecht – possibly the only person in the US not to have read the novel. Together with his new director, Victor Fleming, (poached from the set of The Wizard of Oz where he has been squabbling with the Munchkins and coming to blows with Judy Garland) the three are locked in Selznick’s office for five days with nothing to eat but a stockpile of bananas and peanuts to sustain them. What follows is a hilarious clash of egos as they endeavour to complete the script within the timeframe.