A play for 14-18 year olds.
Set in a Northern Ireland seaside town, All Being Well examines the issue of parental conflict. Jim and Betty's marriage has turned sour, their household seen as a war zone by their son Declan. He dreams of creating his own perfect relationship with Anne whom he adores from afar but is afraid to approach in case his dreams are shattered. With the help of friend Gerry, he eventually, like his parents, begins to plot a difficult path between dream and reality, and to take a risk on love.
Theatre for Young Audiences
Cast-doubling is possible. See original production for details.
24 September 1990
Produced by Replay Theatre Company
This play was first performed at the Rupert Stanley Education Centre, Belfast, as part of a tour to schools and venues.
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The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme. Additional information was supplied by Replay Productions from information contained in the company files.
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