(In Room Five Hundred and Four / The Spelling Of Coynes / Trip of a Lifetime)
Jimmie Chinn / Jules Tasca / Bill Cashmore and Andy Powrie
In Room Five Hundred and Four:
Sitting in a seedy boarding-house room in Skegness, Edie (Edith) is reminiscing over the past. Out of her memory step a younger Edie and Harry on their wedding-day in February 1942. Together they discover the uncertainties of their relationship and wartime in the span of one night; the next day Harry will leave for the front, never to return.
The Spelling of Coynes:
A house painter in his forties schemes to marry an 80 year old woman to inherit her money. His fiancée is reluctant at first, but succumbs to his "how long can she last" refrain when she finds out the old woman is worth millions... A long overdue funny look at greed.
Trip of a Lifetime:
Barry, thirty nine and recently divorced, sets off around the world on the trip of a lifetime. His travelling companions are his parents, whose cheery optimism and all too visible romantic attachment drive Barry to distraction. “Trip of a Lifetime” is an ingenious comedy, acted out with three chairs, music and lots of imagination.
Anni Fuchs (In Room Five Hundred and Four)
Peter Schietinger (The Spelling of Coynes)
Dorothy Nauer (Trip of a Lifetime)