Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park
Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London
Public Previews: 16 May 2019
Opens: 22 May 2019
Closes: 8 June 2019
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Nearest Tube: Baker Street
Allow for 15 to 20 minute walk
Thu 16 May at 7.45pm
Fri 17 May at 7.45pm
Sat 18 May at 7.45pm
Sun 19 May no performances
Mon 20 May at 7.45pm
Tue 21 May at 7.45pm
Wed 22 May at 7.45pm
Thu 23 May at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Fri 24 May at 7.45pm
Sat 25 May at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Sun 26 May no performances
Mon 27 May at 7.45pm
Tue 28 May at 7.45pm
Wed 29 May at 7.45pm
Thu 30 May at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Fri 31 May at 7.45pm
Sat 1 June at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Sun 2 June no performances
Mon 3 June at 7.45pm
Tue 4 June at 7.45pm
Wed 5 June at 7.45pm
Thu 6 June at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Fri 7 June at 7.45pm
Sat 8 June at 2.15pm and 7.45pm
Runs ? hours and ? minutes
£? to £?
(plus booking fees if applicable)
A major revival of Thornton Wilder's 1938 play Our Town in London for a strictly limited three-week season
Birth; marriage; death. And everything in between. Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play follows a generation of villagers in the fictional American small town of Grover's Corners in New England as it recounts the story of an average town's citizens through their everyday lives and in doing so, celebrates what it means to be human, the bonds that hold communities together, and our relationships with the ancient past and the eternal tomorrow.
Directed by Ellen McDougall. Further details to be announced.
Thornton Wilder's 1954 play The Matchmaker provided the basis for Jerry Herman's musical comedy Hello, Dolly!.
PLEASE NOTE: Although the vast majority of performances are completed each year, as the auditorium and stage are completely uncovered, we may have to stop and re-start the show. On rare occasions, it will not be possible for us to complete the performance. Tickets are non-refundable in the event of cancellation because of the weather but may be exchanged. Performances are never cancelled before the advertised start time. You may bring an umbrella, but please refrain from using an umbrella during the performance. For your safety and the comfort of all patrons, only one bag per ticket holder, no larger than 36cm x 30cm x 50cm, will be allowed into the theatre grounds or auditorium. Please note that cloakroom facilities are not available.
Our Town in London at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre has public previews from 16 May 2019, opens on 22 May 2019, and closes on 8 June 2019
Our Town: Original West End London Production 1946 - Marc Connelly
Opened 30 April 1946, Closed 25 May 1946 at the New Theatre (Noel Coward Theatre)
The cast featured Marc Connelly as 'Stage Manager', Carolyn Wall as 'Emily Webb', Lester Lonergan as 'Mr Charles Webb', Marjorie Garret as 'Mrs Myrtle Webb', Richard Hylton as 'George Gibbs', Robert Burton as 'Dr Frank Gibbs', and Esther Somers as 'Mrs Julia Gibbs'
Directed by Jed Harris.
Our Town: 1st West End London Revival 1991 - Alan Alda
Previewed 28 August 1991, Opened 5 September 1991, Closed 30 November 1991 at the Shaftesbury Theatre
The cast featured Alan Alda as 'Stage Manager', Jemma Redgrave as 'Emily Webb', John Normington as 'Mr Charles Webb', Rowena Cooper as 'Mrs Myrtle Webb', Robert Sean Leonard as 'George Gibbs', John Rower as 'Dr Frank Gibbs', and Rosemary Martin as 'Mrs Julia Gibbs'.
Directed by Robert Allan Ackerman with sets by David B Sackeroff, costumes by Robert Wojewodski, lighting by Brian MacDevitt, and sound by James Capenos.
Our Town: London Revival 2013 - Simon Dobson
Previewed 26 June 2013, Opened 28 June 2013, Closed 20 July 2013 at the King's Head Theatre
The cast featured Simon Dobson as 'Stage Manager', Giovanni Bienne, Sam Child, Stewart Clegg, Ben Z. Fuiava, Cristina Haraba, Siu-see Hung, Dylan Lincoln, Princess McDonnough, Tamarin McGinley, Alex Nasmyth, Andres Ortiz, Zoe Swenson-Graham, and Rita Walters.
Directed by Tim Sullivan with designs by Neil Gordon and lighting by Paul O'Shaughnessy.
Presented as a "75th Anniversary Production" by the Savio(u)r Theatre Company.
Our Town: London Revival 2014 - David Cromer
Previewed 9 October 2014, Opened 17 October 2014, Closed 29 November 2014 at the Almeida Theatre
The cast featured David Cromer as 'Stage Manager', Laura Elsworthy as 'Emily Webb', Richard Lumsden as 'Mr Charles Webb', Kate Dickie as 'Mrs Myrtle Webb', David Walmsley as 'George Gibbs', Rashan Stone as 'Dr Frank Gibbs', and Anna Francolini as 'Mrs Julia Gibbs'.
Directed by David Cromer with sets by Stephen Dobay, costumes by Alison Siple, lighting by Heather Gilbert, and music by Jonathan Mastro.