Whose Life is it Anyway?
This specific production does not yet have a description, but the play itself does:
“When sculptor Ken Harrison is permanently paralysed in an accident, he resolves to die rather than live in his physically helpless state. His struggle for the right to die makes a gripping play, which explores the issues of human dignity and medical ethics with wit and compassion.”
(Taken from Highbury 2009–2010 leaflet)
Plays and Players Best New Play 1978
Cast & Crew
|Andrew Eden||Trevor Cooper|
|Dr Barr||Bill Bradley|
|Dr Clare Scott||Louise Jameson|
|Dr Michael Emerson||Brian Rawlinson|
|Dr Paul Travers||Alan Thompson|
|Kay Sadler||Ceri Jackson|
|Ken Harrison||David Roper|
|Mr Justice Millhouse||Willoughby Gray|
|Mrs Gillian Boyle||Nicolette McKenzie|
|Peter Kershaw||David English|
|Philip Hill||Nigel Humphreys|
|Sister Anderson||Peggy Sinclair|
|Deputy Stage Manager||Joanna Blatchley|
- Added by Joanna Blatchley.
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