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Beth Flintoff

BETH FLINTOFF

  

Nationality:    British
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Beth Flintoff's plays including theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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below is a list of Beth Flintoff's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Finding Victoria         Hardboiled - The Fall of Sam Shadow         Matilda, The Empress         Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde



Finding Victoria

Synopsis:
Queen Victoria's early years in Kensington Palace

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Genre:
Historical drama

Parts:
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Hardboiled - The Fall of Sam Shadow

Synopsis:
A man with ice where his heart should be, hurt more times than hed care to count, with a list of enemies longer than a giraffes neck; whisky soaked, wise-cracking Private Investigator Sam Shadow is the most hardboiled of them all and he doesnt care who knows it.Then the beautiful Scarlett Crawford sashays into his office and knocks him out of the park. She brings him what seems like the routine case of a missing sister. But there are no ordinary cases in this town, and this is no ordinary dame. Like a greyhound chasing a fake rabbit, Shadows investigation leads him into an underworld of double crosses, car chases, gangsters and Police Chiefs. This is a case with more twists than a Chinese burn, and who knows whats around the next corner?

Notes:
Adapted by Rhum and Clay Theatre Company and Beth Flintoff as a dynamic, fast paced homage to the classic film noir gangster films of the 1940s

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Organisations:
Rhum and Clay Theatre Company

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Genre:
piece

Parts:
Male:  3            Female:  1            Other:  -

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Matilda, The Empress

Synopsis:
Matilda and King Stephen battle over who should reign over England

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Genre:
Historical drama

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde

Synopsis:
While the good Doctor Jekyll goes about his quiet business healing the sick in Victorian London, the evil Mr Hyde runs around at night doing frankly disgraceful things. What is the connection between them? What is upsetting all the servants? And why does Dr Jekyll seem so anxious to protect Mr Hyde? the acclaimed up-and-coming all-male company Rhum and Clay bring their comic sense of the absurd to this classic story, and together with the Watermill, lures you down a dark Victorian alley to delve into the underbelly of London and see what on earth you might discover.

Notes:
Adapted from novel by Robert Louis Stevenson by Rhum and Clay theatre Company and Beth Flintoff

1st Produced:
East Garston Village Hall, Newbury     14 May 2013

Organisations:
Rhum and Clay Theatre Company

1st Published:
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Music:
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Genre:
adaptation

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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