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Former MA directing student directs The Private Ear by Peter Shaffer at the Orange Tree Theatre

Posted on 28/05/2009
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David Siebert, who graduated from Royal Holloway’s MA Directing course in 2006, is currently directing The Private Ear by Peter Shaffer at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre, shown as part of a Directors Showcase double bill with Sing To Me Through Open Windows by Arthur Kopit. David is a trainee director at the Orange Tree, and the showcase concludes his year long attachment at the theatre.

The Private Ear

By Peter Shaffer
Directed by David Siebert
3 – 20 June

It’s 1962. Bob is a shy young man with a life revolving around his beloved stereo and record collection. But this evening in his shabby flat he nervously awaits the arrival of Doreen for his first dinner date. To help with the cooking and the conversation, he has also invited his ‘chic’ and more experienced workmate Ted. Bob wants to impress, but will Ted, mushroom soup, rosé wine and Benjamin Britten do the trick?

Tickets £11 (£9 concessions).
Box Office 020 8940 3633 
Visit the Orange Tree website at www.orangetreetheatre.co.uk for more information.



   
 
 
 

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