Round and Round the Garden: Part of Alan Ayckbourn's Trilogy The Norman Conquests
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The last date listed for Round and Round the Garden was Sunday November 7, 2010 / 7:00pm.
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My lady and I enjoyed the production, esp. the second half. The play would probably fit into the category of British bedroom farce and the cast of only six did a fine job of drawing the characters. Having now seen two of the plays, it is a bit tricky to keep track of the overlaid plot points from one play to the next, but it is a clever device to reveal surprises not seen in another play. The venue is comfortable and intimate. There is a small parking lot adjacent to the theatre with reserved parking for theatre goers: if you're going to a weekend production, I would suggest getting there early to grab one of these spots, rather than battling the Old Towne revelers for a parking place.
Alan Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests is a Tony Award-winning trilogy of full-length comedies performed in rotating repertory. All three shows have the same plot, but each takes place in a different room, and therefore tells a different part of the story. Each play stands on its own, but seeing all three creates a fuller picture and a unique theatrical experience. See them in any order.
Round and Round the Garden