A struggling actor, Sam sits in a grotty room in the basement of the building, fielding literally hundreds of calls every day from the most demanding, obnoxious, snivelling and frankly crazy would-be restaurant goers all after the same thing. A table for dinner – table 19 if possible – tonight if possible! Becky Mode’s play is a comic tour-de-force introducing the audience through Sam to the crazy world of chic restaurants, power-mad chefs, desperate resting actors, domineering Maitre-d’s. All of the characters in the show are played by one actor, Mark Setlock, who created the role in New York, produces a range of accents and mannerisms bringing life to a cast of over 40 characters.
Director - Mark Setlock
Author - Becky Mode
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