The uproarious One Man, Two Guvnors was a runaway hit both in London’s West End and on Broadway.
Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from his fiancée’s dad. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who’s been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers.
Holed up at The Cricketers’ Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be re-united with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.
Sound Theatre Company just keep[s] on cranking out solid productions of well-written and well-chosen plays that not only delight but also challenge audiences.-Drama in the Hood,
“There’s lots of really good theatre in Seattle right now. Put this one up there with the best.”- Nancy Worssam,
“Teresa Thuman and the crew at Sound Theatre Company just keep on cranking out the solid productions of well-written and well-chosen plays that not only delight but also challenge audiences. And the company’s latest show, Tom Stoppard’s two one-act plays, “Dogg’s Hamlet” and “Cahoot’s Macbeth” is no exception to the rule…Kudos to all involved!”- Scott Taylor, Drama in the Hood,