Theatre Rusticle presents Dinner at Seven Thirty
“What matters? We have dined well”!!
Inspired by Virginia Woolf’s 1931 novel, The Waves, Dinner traces the journey of six friends from childhood to death through a reunion dinner. Movement and text collide once more in this poignant exploration of life. Dinner at Seven-Thirty is one of Rusticle’s early pieces, developed over 12 years ago. It was their first independently produced show at the old Dancemakers space and a work that not many got to experience.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre proudly welcomes a Theatre Rusticle production
DINNER AT SEVEN-THIRTY
directed and conceived by Allyson McMackon
starring Hume Baugh, Andrya Duff, Thomas Morgan Jones, Ron Kennell, Viv Moore, Lucy Rupert & William Yong
set design Lindsay Anne Black
costume design R. Kelly Clipperton
lighting design Michelle Ramsay
“seldom has there been anything as elegant and imaginative as this movement-based piece from the superb Theatre Rusticle” –NOW Magazin