Come Blow Your Horn
Directed by Mark Jephcott
2nd - 9th May, 2009
The play centres on Alan and Buddy Baker, brothers who have decided to leave home and experience the
good life. In the beginning of the play, Alan is the typical lady's man, and his younger brother is the
twenty one year old virgin who has decided to run away from home, and leave the family's waxed fruit business.
As the play progresses, Alan finds out that Connie, one of the ladies that he is sleeping with, is "the girl"
and without her in his life, he falls apart. Buddy, however has taken his brother's place in life, becoming
the ladies man, while his brother sits around and mopes over the loss of Connie, the girl of his dreams.
|Special Prop Construction
|Music recorded by Charlie Cook
|American Voice Coach
|Mark Langley, Arden Theatre School
|Poster and Programme Artwork
|Furniture from the Altricham Garrick
and the Director's Living Room
The Box Office
Tom Thistleton for set artwork
Graham Boswell for advice on set construction
Alexandra Howarth for help with choreography
Wilmslow United Reform Church for rehearsal space
...and the music of Frank Sinatra