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July 4, 5, 6, 7 Just Off Broadway Theatre

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A satirical comedy about Power, Leadership and Games


By Neil Salvage

The play features Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, some hapless Musicians, and the insanely ridiculous and horrifying consequences faced by the world when leaders infantilized by character deficiencies (and too much power) are driving the bus - a situation with modern parallels, alas!


Our three monsters meet in a palace in the Crimea to determine the fate of the world as the War is coming to its conclusion. But they are distracted from this aim by drinking games, jokes, Walt Disney, Myrna Loy, William Tell, a telephone cord and accidents with firearms.


As they spin out of control an anxious world awaits the results of their deliberations. Will they succeed in drawing up Europe’s agenda before the evening deadline? Why has General De Gaulle gone missing? Why is the brandy substandard? Why does the Kalashnikov not work properly- and what is the secret within Roosevelt’s briefcase?

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NEIL SALVAGE - Churchill

Neil has been acting and writing for 44 years.  As a writer his films have included Caught in the Act (2008 - Carnaby Films - starring Maureen Lipman and Freddie Jones) A Kiss from Grandma (2011 - selection Brighton Film Festival.) and The Prince for Channel 4. His playscripts have included: Oysters (UK tour 2009 and Adelaide Fringe), Prudhomme (Komedia, Brighton Festival) and Avalanche ( Seven Dials Theatre, London).  His work in film includes, among others, The Other Man (Richard Eyre - opposite Liam Neeson   and Antonio Banderas), Topsy Turvy (Mike Leigh - with Jim Broadbent, Timothy Spall). Nominated for Best Actor in “Boat”- Madrid Film Festival.  Neil has performed in over 170 stage productions: National Theatre, The Old Vic (recently Yael Farber’s acclaimed The Crucible), Royal Exchange, The Mousetrap, David Mamet’s premiere of The Cryptogram (both West End), Peter Hall Company (Animal Farm).  Television includes: The Bill, Casualty, Queen Victoria’s Men, Last Days of Ann Boleyn, The Georgian Underworld, and many others.  Oyster Creatives



Nicholas graduated from the University of Birmingham and then trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. As an actor, his work includes the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Barbican, Bombur in The Hobbit in London’s West End and over 40 productions in regional repertory. In 2016 he won the British Arrows Craft Award for Best Performance by an Actor for the Currys tv commercial Laptop with Jeff Goldblum. He won a Special Performance Award at the 2018 World Duo Festival in Seoul, South Korea, for his role in The Black and White Tea Room.  Directing credits include Crazy Horse – A Dream Of Thunder starring Sam Wright winning Best Solo Show at Kansas City Fringe and That Daring Australian Girl starring Joanne Hartstone, winning Best Theatre at Adelaide Fringe in 2018. In 2022 he co-wrote and directed the folk musical Prejudice and Pride, which won Best Show at Edinburgh Fringe from the Sinners Review before going on to play off-Broadway at 59E59 in 2023. 



Bob is an award-winning actor and director, working with theatres across North America, UK, and Australia.  Onstage, Bob has played such challenging roles as Teach in American Buffalo, the title role in Faustus (LA Dramalogue Award), Tom in The Glass Menagerie, Heisenberg in Copenhagen, The Man in The Event, and President Bill Clinton in Bill Clinton Hercules, touring to Australia, Northern Ireland and the UK.  Paisley’s directing resume includes The Skin of our Teeth, Driving Miss Daisy, Galileo, A Steady Rain, The Homecoming, The Iceman Cometh and The Shawshank Redemption.  He has helmed productions for Theatre West Virginia, the Birmingham Children’s Theatre, Neptune Theatre, Our Town Theatre Group and Fringe festivals in Kansas City, Bedford, Adelaide, and Edinburgh. He is a founding member of Another Theatre Company in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre in Kansas City and Central Standard Theatre - Kansas City. 

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