A percentage of the income from the production was donated to the Terrence Higgins Trust. There were also 2 midnight matinees with all proceeds going to the Terrence Higgins Trust
Cast & Crew
|Hospice Worker/Nurse||Ursula Jones|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Lucy Bestwick|
|Associate Designer||Emma Wright|
|Casting Director||Gail Stevens|
|Deputy Stage Manager||Hilary Russell|
|Production Chief Electrician||Simon Bayliss|
|Production Manager||Jim Niblett|
|Production Photographer||Nobby Clarke|
|Set Construction||Robert Batchelor|
|Set Construction||Les Riley|
|Stage Manager||Julie Braithwaite-Clarke|
|Wardrobe Maintenance||Roy Williams|
- Added by Joanna Blatchley.
As is was not only about AIDS. It raised questions of love and courage relevant to everyone, straight or gay, male or female. Rich has a new young lover, a successful business and a newly published book when he finds he has AIDS. Friends and family turn their backs on Rich. Only his former lover Saul returns to care for him and accepts him ‘as is’.
If you have an interesting observation or anecdote about this production that you think others may be interested in, please sign in in order to record it here.