Harold and Maude theatre review: A decidedly oddball play

Harold and Maude theatre review: A decidedly oddball play
 

Higgins adapted his own screenplay for the stage and charts the relationship between death-obsessed adolescent boy Harold (Bill Milner) and 79-year-old countess Maude (Sheila Hancock).
Harold lives with his bourgeois mother (Rebecca Caine) and amuses himself by staging fake suicides and attending the funerals of strangers.
When he encounters Maude at one such event, he overcomes his initial misgivings to find himself drawn into her web of mischief and nonconformity.
Maude’s eccentricities extend to stealing cars and liberating a number of animals from the zoo, most notably a noisy seal, and... read more

 
2 March 2018 in Entertainment, Views: 41
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