A Question Of Errol Flynn

A Question Of Errol Flynn – by Karen Lynne

A New Play about Errol Flynn in Development

Missing Pieces Theatre Show Ltd are developing a new play about ERROL FLYNN called: “A Question Of Errol Flynn.”

This has previously been seen in a semi staged version at The Aldwych Theatre in the West End with a stellar cast.

Karen has returned to it and radically reworked the play which currently has interest from a Producer. It is a great and challenging Star vehicle for 4 amazing actors!

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Robin Hood – From Family Errol Flynn site see below

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Errol Flynn was the definitive Robin Hood and had a public persona which scandalised and fascinated people. Karen Lynne has studied Flynn the Enigmatic Man for many years and comes to some surprising conclusions. We watch as an older Flynn attempts to set his life down on paper. Sadly he says: “I don’t know what the truth is any more!”

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From the moment he hit Hollywood the myth making began including the studio saying that he was born in Ireland because nobody knew where Tasmania was! Flynn, however, had been already making up myths about himself for a long time!

He was, it seems a sensitive and deeply read man, who wanted to be a Writer. He was contradictory and could be difficult at one turn and charming the next.

Karen’s play offers an insight into the mind of the REAL Flynn. It is both hilariously funny, scabrous and naughty and then tragic and philosophical. Karen tries to get to grips with this enigma who was also a great star of the silver screen.

The play contains nudity and adult language and themes throughout as may be expected.

We are happy to answer any private enquiries:

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errol-flynn – 1950s – Image May be subject to Copyright

Errol Flynn Family Website: http://www.inlikeflynn.com/

A Question of Errol Flynn by Karen Lynne

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