Sauchiehall Street. The busiest street in Glasgow. In a sprawling top floor office, Dorothy Darvel, actors' agent extraordinaire, is one of the busiest women on the street. Busy shaping the careers of her hopeful young clients, busy trying to stem the flow of the best ones to powerful London agencies and busy trying to check the reckless spending of her once famous actor husband, Gerard. All this while trying to haul his declining career back on track? By the author of the "darkly humourous and addictively engaging" Wiping My Mother's Arse, winnner of the Scottish Fringe Firsts, 2001. Sauchiehall Streetpremiered at the Cumbernauld Theatre, North Lanarkshire, Scotland in March 2004 in a production by Vanishing Point Theatre Company.
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