Friday, 5 February 2016

Harvey - Leeds Arts Centre

Leeds Arts Centre presents Mary Chase's Harvey at the Carriageworks Theatre.  It's about the imaginary friendship Elwood has with Harvey, an invisible anthropomorphic rabbit.  Elwood is keen to share their special friendship with the town's folk.  Veta, however, is embarrassed by her brother's friendship and is determined to get rid of Harvey.

Accessed from (http://www.leeds.gov.uk/carriageworks)



This play explores a variety of issues ranging from mental health to institutions and how the issues were seen by society in the 1950s.  Sixty plus years later these issues are just as unique and relevant today which are flavoured with poignancy and hope.

Leeds Arts Centre delivers the story on stage by an enthusiastic and hard working cast under the direction of Alan Buttery.  Supported by modest staging and lighting, courtesy of the company's production crew.  Their next production is Macbeth in April! 

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