"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day
To the last syllable of recorded time;
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. "
(Macbeth: Act V Scene V)
'Reckoning' by Kathy MeadMARCH/APRIL 2002
Directed by: Richard Parish
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'Reckoning' was entered for the 2002 All England Theatre Festival. At Betchworth it was awarded the Adjudicator's Award, John Tytherleigh won the Best Actor Award and Jill Payne won the Award for Best Character Actress. The production then moved on to the Elmbridge Festival where it was Runner-Up and so won a place in the Divisional Final. David Webb won the Best Actor Award and Alison Brooks the Best Actress Award. At the Divisional Final, held at The Rhoda McGaw Theatre Woking, the production was Runner-Up to the eventual winner of the English Final and won the award for Stage Presentation.