Marc Anderson - full credits

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Marc has been involved in 24 RDG productions. Listed below are the productions we have in our online database where Marc has a credit of any kind.

The Beaux' Stratagem - A Wild Tale of Cash and Love

189th Production. This is a late restoration comedy first produced in 1707 but has been brought completely up to date (in terms of language and easy accessibility) by firstly, Thornton Wilder (who ... about 1 year ago

The Beggar's Opera

179th Production. The Beggar’s Opera transports us to a grubby London in the eighteenth century. It’s a world of dashing Highwaymen and women of easy virtue. The pulsating score with lilting folk m... about 6 years ago

The Cripple of Inishmaan

Like many Irish plays, The Cripple of Inishmaan combines humour, poignancy and a warm life-enhancing quality in the strong story-telling tradition. Although the play is set on the remote island o... over 16 years ago

Funeral Games (Festival)

Written in Joe Orton’s lively and witty style this play was first broadcast on Yorkshire TV in 1968, a year after his untimely death. Orton is one of the greatest comedic talents to emerge from Bri... about 7 years ago

Habeas Corpus (2)

Written in the early seventies, Habeas Corpus has proved one of Alan Bennett’s most popular plays. Rather like a satirical merry-go-round, it is a broad comedy written at a time when the phrase ~ ‘... over 11 years ago

Humble Boy

187th Production. Set in a flower-filled garden on the edge of the Cotswolds this is a comedy tinged with sadness. On the surface this play- which won numerous Best Play Awards following its origi... over 3 years ago

A Kind of Alaska (Festival)

A Kind of Alaska was inspired by Awakenings by the renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks. It was first performed in the Cottesloe Theatre in London in October 1982. The original cast included Judi Denc... over 10 years ago

The Last Apache Reunion

about 26 years ago

The Lightning Play

This play was premiered at the Almeida Theatre, London in 2006. The play has just been released for amateurs so RDG may be the first to perform it. Charlotte Jones is the author of "Humble Boy" whi... over 14 years ago

Making History

166th Production. The year is 1591. In England, Elizabeth I is on the throne, Shakespeare is at his peak, and the Reformation is effectively over. In Ireland, various factions and clans are held ... over 10 years ago

Nell Gwynn

185th Production. Nell Gwynn is a comedic play with music and dance about (spoiler alert!) the life of Nell Gwynn, the celebrated orange seller/prostitute who became one of the first women on the E... about 4 years ago

The Night of The Iguana

Set during the summer of 1940 on the verandah of a crumbling Mexican inn perched on a jungle covered hill-top over-looking the sea, where Tennessee Williams spent that languid time surrounded by Ge... about 22 years ago

Our Country's Good

174th Production. Set in Botany Bay in 1789 soon after the First Fleet convict ships arrived there, Our Country’s Good tells the true story of the rehearsals for the first play to be performed in A... about 8 years ago

The Passion of Jerome

180th Production. Jerome Furlong is a successful businessman whose life has been carefully constructed from layer upon layer of lies. Jerome wanted to be an architect, building cathedrals but he’s ... over 5 years ago

Passion Play

Peter Nicols\' clever, ingenious play is a dissection of adultery. The title contains a deliberate pun for this is a play about sexual love and suffering and the fragile line which divides them. Bo... over 19 years ago


183rd Production. First performed at the National Theatre in October 2012, this touching and funny play had a star-studded cast headed by Frances de la Tour, Nicholas le Prevost, Peter Egan and Lin... over 4 years ago

Privates on Parade

This semi-autobiographical account of the British Army in Singapore in 1948 is the starting point of one of Peter Nichols' funniest plays. Designed in the form of a variety show, the play concerns... over 19 years ago

Quartermaine's Terms

178th Production. Quartermaine’s Terms, first staged in 1981, is perhaps Simon Gray’s finest work; an English drama that stands comparison with Chekhov in its ability to combine comedy with a power... over 6 years ago

Riverside Drive (Festival)

This award-winning production will be performed as part of a Comedy Double Bill together with Alarms in July 2014. The play is set on a grey foggy day in New York in a secluded spot on the embankm... over 8 years ago

The Scream Inside - a Double Bill of One Act Plays

After eighteen months of no productions from RDG, we are delighted to be back at the beautiful Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre in Manor Road, Walton on Thames with a double-bill of one-act plays Bear ... over 1 year ago

States of Shock (Festival)

A wild, surreal and scathing anti-war play whose characters embody the conflict and violent contradictions of America today. In States of Shock Shepard puts America on stage not just as a geograph... over 17 years ago

Sunday Morning at the Centre of the World (Festival)

First broadcast on BBC radio in 1998 this vibrant and lyrical play, from the author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, paints a colourful picture of the community in Earlsfield, South West London, wher... about 10 years ago

Till I Fall Off (Festival)

TILL I FALL OFF comprises three very short plays (This Property is Condemned, Talk to me Like the Rain and Hullo From Bertha) by Tennessee Williams which reflect the conflicting passions within in ... about 20 years ago

Travels With My Aunt

176th Production. Graham Greene is probably best known for works like ‘Brighton Rock’, ‘The Third Man’ and ‘Our Man in Havana’. For fun he wrote ‘Travels With My Aunt’ in 1969 which in 1972 was mad... over 7 years ago

Uncle Vanya

This popular new version was first performed at the Harold Pinter Theatre in 2020 with great success and later streamed on TV. With a strong cast including Toby Jones and Roger Allum it is a beauti... 4 months ago

Whipping It Up

A sharp, slick, cynical comedy, recently released for amateurs, based around how the Whips operate in Westminster. Scandalously funny it has the same kind of feel as the TV series ‘Yes Minister’. S... over 12 years ago

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Set in New York in 1922 “Thoroughly Modern Millie” tells the story of Millie, a girl from Kansas who comes to New York with the express purpose of transforming herself into a "Modern," a cold-heart... about 16 years ago

Thhe Iain Home Rose Bowl for Best Actor Marc Anderson Woking Drama Festival - 2015