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Michael Denison ...
Ernest
Derek Newark ...
Malcolm
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Stephen Moore ...
Trevor
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Kate
Polly Adams ...
Jan
Joan Hickson ...
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Nick
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28 September 1980 (UK)  »

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The original Broadway production of "Bedroom Farce" opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York on March 29, 1979 and ran for 276 performances. The screenplay used in this filmed production "Bedroom Farce" was by Alan Ayckbourn, was nominated for the 1979 Tony Award (New York City) for the Best Play and this production included Polly Adams, Derek Newark, Stephen Moore and 'Joan Hickson' recreating their Broadway roles. Joan Hickson WON the 1979 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her performance. See more »

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Version of Drei Schlafzimmer (1980) See more »

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From Large Stage To Little Screen
25 October 2007 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

I remember roaring with laughter at the London National Theater with Alan Aykbourn's production of "Bedroom Farce" Three bedrooms, one hilarious link. Every day events transformed into one grand theatrical event. The TV production allows us to move without obstacles but, as I remember, were precisely the obstacles that made this production so remarkable on stage. That aside, once you get used to the idea that this is an entirely different medium, one is grateful to have Alan Aykbourn's words in the mouths of such a spectacular cast, so readily available. Joan Hickson, my favorite, in a cast of favorites, utters and delivers my favorite lines: "We're regulars, we go there every year" Stephen Moore's character is the one character that Woody Allen should have included in his gallery but never did. The entire premise acquires a life that it's pure Ayckbourn. I strongly recommend it.


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