Carlo Ghisi, Donald Phillips, Eric Beveridge, Mark Loveday, Andy Williams, Alastair Mcdonald, Mark Grundy, Ruth Armstrong, Hayley Letori, Emma Wright, Melanie Zander, Claudia Tranquilli, Alexandra Sokolowski, Hannah Beaven
Directed by David Andrews
Stage Manager: Dick Waite
Stage Building: Mark Grundy & co.
Lights & Sound: James Usnar & co.
Props: Moira & Mark Grundy
Production: Moira Grundy
Edward Bond's play 'The Sea' was written in 1973 and first performed at the Royal Court Theatre in London in the same year. 'The Sea' is a comedy set in a village on the east coast of England in 1907, shortly before the outbreak of the first world war. Writing to a theatre director, Bond explains the message behind his play......'it's essentially about life's problems.......like the sea, they come and wash over us whether we want them or not......it's about insanity , chaos and sanity......'. Indeed, a comedy of a peculiar kind.