The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other
Theatre Royal Plymouth, The Drum, TRP.
By Peter Handke
“The stage is an open square in bright light.
It begins as someone crosses it quickly.
Then, from the other direction, someone else does the same.
Then two cross paths with each other, likewise, each one followed after a brief, equal interval by a third and a fourth, on the diagonal.
Someone walks across the square, at the back….”
A People’s Company production for Theatre Royal Plymouth, this extraordinary show features absolutely no dialogue. With 450 characters, it is the ultimate people watching play - a celebration of the everyday tragedies and triumphs of the ordinary man. Featuring a community cast of 30 from Plymouth and the surrounding region.
Designed by Nina Raines
Sound Design by Dan Mitcham
Lighting Design by John Purkiss