by Safaa Benson-Efffiom, Theatre 503, Directed by Justina Kehinde
synopsis
After 15 years of marriage, Daniel and Sylvia find themselves drifting further apart with each passing day. Until one morning, they find themselves abruptly united by every parent’s worst nightmare…
The shoes have been polished, the vases are full and the phone is ringing off the hook, but there’s one thing they’re still missing… answers. Forced into a confrontation, years of resentment and things long left unsaid rise to the surface as they question the circumstances that brought them to this point, and what happens to your relationship when the only thing holding you together, threatens to tear you apart.
A timely spotlight on parental grief, Til Death Do Us Part is the debut play of Safaa Benson- Effiom, and was a finalist in the 2020 Theatre503 International Playwriting Award and Soho Theatre’s 2019 Tony Craze award. This is presented as a co-production with Darcy Dobson Productions.  
CAST
ANDREW: Jude Chinchen
DANIEL : Richard Holt
SYLVIA : Danielle Kassaraté
ARTISTIC TEAM
WRITER: Safaa Benson-Effiom
PRODUCER: Darcy Dobson 
DIRECTOR: Justina Kehinde
SET & COSTUME DESIGN: Emeline Beroud
LIGHTING DESIGN: Chris McDonnell
COMPOSER & SOUND DESIGNER: Tom Foskett-Barnes
MOVEMENT DIRECTOR: Tian Brown-Sampson
DESIGN ASSISTANT:Juliette Georges
DRAMATHERAPIST:Samantha Adams
PRODUCTION MANAGER:Misha Mah
PRODUCTION MANAGER:Toby Smith
STAGE MANAGER:Summer Keeling
REHEARSAL ROOM STAGE MANAGER:Fríða Frosta
PLACEMENT ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER:Joe Collins
ASSISTANT PRODUCER:Myles Sinclair

REVIEWS
★★★★★  The Spy in the Stalls 
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★★★★ The Understudy 
★★★★   Everything Theatre 
★★★★   BroadwayWorld UK 

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