Sell a Door Theatre Company have joined up with the Mull Theatre to present Arthur Miller's first play 'The Man Who Had All the Luck' which tours Scotland and London this autumn.
The production is funded by Creative Scotland, and is the first link up between the island venue and mid-scale touring company Sell a Door.
"We are delighted to be co-producing The Man Who Had All the Luck this autumn with Mull Theatre. We visited Mull with our 2011 tour of Lord of the Flies, and fell in love with the theatre and island. Alastair and all the team based at the Mull Theatre have a great programme of work touring each year, and we are delighted to join forces with them for this, our most comprehensive tour of Scotland to date."
The Man Who Had All the Luck was first produced in the UK in 1990 at the Bristol Old Vic, but in 2012 this marks the plays very first tour of Scotland.
The tour opens at the Mull Theatre on 25th September, before touring across the Highlands and Islands for two weeks. In October the tour visits mainland Scotland, including the Aberdeen Lemon Tree, St Andrew Byre, Brunton Theatre, Cumbernauld Theatre and Greenock Arts Guild. The production visits London for a week at the Greenwich Theatre at the end of October.
The cast includes Edward M Corrie, Karen Bartke, Stephen Bisland, John Clyde, Richard Morse, Chris Anderton, Kenny Blyth and Megan Pitt. David Hutchinson directs, whilst Richard Evans designs.
For full touring dates, booking information and more, visit www.selladoor.com.