The Crossroads

by Brian Way

The Crossroads was first produced by Theatre Centre in 1960. It was written and directed by the author and toured throughout the Brisish Isles for a year.

The themes of this play are serious themes: world peace, the struggles of the little man to survive against the forces that surround him, and the more usual triumphing of good over evil. The scene is a cross roads and is a friendly enough looking place: innocent and quiet, with no sign of trouble.

Characters

(Three men and three women)

Tramp
The Spirit of the Signpost
The Scientiest of the South
The Queen of the North
THe Proud Bird of the East
The Mighty Monster of the West

Creative Team

Writer: Brian Way
Director: Brian Way

The information on this page has been gathered from archive materials and is incomplete. Do you have more information about this play, or were you involved in its production? Let us know by leaving a comment below or contacting us.

A copy of the script is held by the British Library.

"Now, my friends, you are completely in my power. You will do or say anything I ask you. Anything. Let's see, shall we? Stand up. Turn around. Stand on one leg."

The Queen of the North

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