25 March 2004 - 15 May 2004

Evening Performances:
Monday - Saturday 7.30pm

Saturday Matinees:
3, 10, 17, 24 April, 1, 8 and 15 May 3.30pm

Mid-Week Matinees:
29 April 3.30pm


Royal Court Theatre

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by Rebecca Gilman
Directed by Ian Rickson

Dana was the toast of the art world - a hot property. After her latest exhibition bombs, she is admitted to a psychiatric hospital. It might be the safest place for her but her insurance will only pay for ten days. As unlikely friendships and strange alliances develop, Dana draws on the inspiration of American baseball star Darryl Strawberry - he had the sweetest swing.

Rebecca Gilman previous plays for the Royal Court are BOY GETS GIRL, SPINNING INTO BUTTER and THE GLORY OF LIVING - winner of the 1999 George Devine and Evening Standard Awards for Most Promising Playwright.

Cast: Gillian Anderson, Nancy Crane, Demetri Goritsas, Kate Harper, John Sharian.

Design: Hildegard Bechtler.

Previews: 25 - 27, 29 and 30 March 7.30pm
Residents' Nights: 25 - 27 and 30 March 7.30pm
Press night(s): 31 March 7pm
Post-show talk: 27 April
terpreted performance: 13 April 7.30pm
Audio described performance: 1 May 3.30pm

£7.50 - £27.50