Celebrated poet and playwright, Baxter was closely associated with the Globe in its early years and this is one of his works Patric and Rosalie Carey premiered at the Globe in 1969.
Set in 1960s rural New Zealand this piece was ground breaking work then, but it’s characters and ideas are still very much of our current time: a play that combines and pits sexual desires against dogmatism which causes a family to cascade into chaos.
The Globe is proud to celebrate our national and local theatre heritage with this exciting revival.
Note: Adult themes not suitable for children under 16 years.
Cast and crew
CastBarney Mulcahy - Brook Bray
Brenda Marshall - Denise Casey
Simon Marshall - Joseph Cooper
Paul Marshall - Peter Hocking
Rachel Marshall - Ella Yiannett
CrewStage Manager - Paul Ellicott
Set Design - Paul Ellicott
Set Design - Chris Vialle
Set Construction - Ray Fleury
Set Construction - Paul Ellicott
Set Construction - Chris Vialle
Costuming - Sofie Welvaert
Lighting And Sound Design - Brian Byas
Lighting And Sound Operator - Craig Storey
Graphic Design - Craig Scott
Front of House Management - Leanne Byas
Still Photography - Miguel Nitis
Rehearsal Assistant - Lynne Keen
Guitarist - Dylan Shield