Stephen Beresford's debut play, which received its celebrated premiere at London's National Theatre, examines the fate of the baby boomer generation and the price of free love. The Last of the Haussmans is a funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family full of longing that's losing its grip.
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Stephen Beresford trained at RADA and worked as an actor before writing for television and film. The Last of the Haussmans is his first play. Current work includes a second play for the National Theatre, a feature film for Pathé and three separate projects for NBC Universal.
'Beresford's drama is frequently a hoot... you can't not enjoy' - Metro 'Beresford's debut is thoughtful and fresh, delighting in the savagery of a dysfunctional family... deliciously comical... drips with smart lines' - Evening Standard 'A taut, touching and genuinely amusing portrait of generations of family damage... gloriously textured. utterly authentic... hilarious and haunting.' - The Stage 'quickfire jokes... memorable characters' - British Theatre Guide
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