Monogamy by Craig Baxter
An anti-romantic comedy, Monogamy looks at the way men and women interact as sexual couples, the nurturing, territoriality, the everyday games and betrayals.
1999 World Premiere – first produced at The Grace Theatre, London (Now Theatre 503) and revived in Spring 2000 at The Riverside Studios, London. Monogamy also toured as part of PBAB’s double bill Double Helix (2002).
Awarded Guardian Four Star Critic’s Choice
Cast – Joseph Millson & Caroline Fitzgerald
Director – Stuart Mullins
The Grace Theatre (aka Theatre 503), London (1999)
Riverside Studios, London (three week run – 2000)
The Bridewell Theatre, London (three week run – 2001)
Dublin Theatre Festival as part of Double Bill – Double Helix (2002)
Four Stars **** The Guardian
“Craig Baxters’s compelling new play is well worth seeking out” The Stage
“Highly intelligent, well written and beautifully acted entertainment…full of laughter with dramatic moments which surprised and gripped the audience…an evening of pure pleasure” Borough News
“Brilliant script!” South London Press
“You just want to watch the damn thing: it moves fast and entertainingly, with good laughs and a few very soppy bits…” The Guardian