WRITTEN BY RALPH REMERS
DIRECTED BY SITA VAN SANTEN

“I simply needed to hear your voice again. Being deprived of such comfort made me feel dreary. Dreariness makes me crave for peanut pie. I ate a lot of peanut pie…”

Stephen Thomas seems to have it all; he married his college sweetheart, has a well-paying job, and has a lovely house in suburbian London. There's just one thing... Stephen is in love with a man. Trying to sustain his affair, he finds himself forced to choose between a secure, socially acceptable life or live a free-spirited one down in Paris. When he's just about to make this big life decision, fate decides otherwise.

'Peanut Pie - A Queer Tragicomedy' is a newly written play set in 1940's London. A time when homosexuality was perceived very differently in social, legal, and medical ways.
A story about impossible love, loss, and love for peanut pie.

 

NDSM THEATER, AMSTERDAM
DECEMBER 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 2021

Ralph Remers (Stephen Thomas)

Ralph Remers
(Stephen Thomas)

Lara Coret (Ruth Evans)

Lara Coret
(Ruth Evans)

Tamara Richards (Nurse Wingfield

Tamara Richards
(Nurse Wingfield)

Ann Morgan (Ms. Bacon)

Ann Morgan
(Ms. Bacon)

Emilia Moscovich (Anna Thomas)

Emilia Moscovich
(Anna Thomas)

Belle Smeets
(Margaret Johnson)

Hugh MacKay (Dr. von Hellinger)

Hugh MacKay
(Dr. von Hellinger)

Isis Caljé
(Ms. Winckelmann)

Harun Balci (James Williams)

Harun Balci
(James Williams)

Selman Aqiqi (Ronald Johnson)

Selman Aqiqi
(Ronald Johnson)

Robert Jan Peters
(Dr. Henry)

Ralph Remers (Stephen Thomas)

Ralph Remers
(Stephen Thomas)

Emilia Moscovich (Anna Thomas)

Emilia Moscovich
(Anna Thomas)

Harun Balci (James Williams)

Harun Balci
(James Williams)

Lara Coret (Ruth Evans)

Lara Coret
(Ruth Evans)

Anne Lueb (Margaret Johnson)

Anne Lueb
(Margaret Johnson)

Selman Aqiqi (Ronald Johnson)

Selman Aqiqi
(Ronald Johnson)

Tamara Richards (Nurse Wingfield

Tamara Richards
(Nurse Wingfield)

Hugh MacKay (Dr. von Hellinger)

Hugh MacKay
(Dr. von Hellinger)

Robert Jan Peters (Dr. Henry)

Robert Jan Peters
(Dr. Henry)

Ann Morgan (Ms. Bacon)

Ann Morgan
(Ms. Bacon)

Isis Caljé (Ms. Winckel mann)

Isis Caljé
(Ms. Winckelmann)

James Johnson (Mr. Peters)

James Johnson
(Mr. Peters)

Hilco Froentjes (Mr. Stewart)

Hilco Froentjes
(Mr. Stewart)

Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst
Gemeente Amsterdam