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Ultimately, a compromise is reached that will result in the pair ‘sharing’ Mr. The play premiered in the West End in 1964, thanks to the financial support of Terence Rattigan, who had seen the play at the New Arts Theatre, rated it highly and put up £3,000 in sponsorship.
It was directed by Patrick Dromgoole and starred Madge Ryan as Kath, Dudley Sutton as Sloane, Charles Lamb as Kemp, and Peter Vaughan as Ed.
Upon finding his dead father, Ed is initially insistent that justice be served and Sloane be turned over to the police.
However, Sloane persuades Ed to fabricate a story to make the death appear an accident, in exchange for his servitude.
The action resumes 'some months later’ and begins with Mr Sloane recounting an evening in which a young woman gave him her telephone number.In getting to know Mr Sloane, Kath is open with Mr Sloane about a previous relationship she had, which led to her bearing a child, whom her brother insisted on her giving up for adoption as it was conceived out of wedlock.Mr Sloane reveals he is himself an orphan, though vague about his parents' death, except that they “passed away together”.It starred Beryl Reid as Kath, Malcolm Mc Dowell as Sloane, James Ottaway as Kemp, and Ronald Fraser as Ed. Corbett later took over as Ed and Kenneth Cranham as Sloane.John Gunter designed the sets and Deirdre Clancy supervised the costumes. The Roundabout Theatre Company revived the play in 2005 under the direction of Scott Ellis.
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