The Million Pound Bank Note by Mark Twain
dramatised by Bryony Lavery
Stranded in London, a penniless young American becomes the subject of a £20,000 bet between two wealthy English gentlemen. Can he can survive and prosper for a month as the bearer of a 1,000,000 pound bank note? A colourful, bright and vivid dramatisation of this charming and surprisingly relevant classic short story, first published in 1893. Brimming with Mark Twain's gentle humour, Henry Adam's plight is sure to entertain family audiences.
HENRY ADAMS....Trevor White
MISS PORTIA LANGHAM....Verity-May Henry
TRUBSHAW/BOSUN/VESUVIUS.... Conrad Nelson
BASIl/MR RAYMOND/MAJORDOMO....Jonathan Keeble
MRS HARRIS....Kathryn Hunt
LLOYD HASTINGS/AMERICAN AMBASSADOR....John Guerrasio
Produced by....Pauline Harris and Sharon Sephton
Tony Award winning playwright Bryony Lavery presents a rhythmic, energised dramatisation of this classic
A man is given a million pound bank note and must try to survive and prosper for a month.