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By
TIM FIRTH

   

Directed By
JASON KING JONES

Scenic Design
RUSSELL PARKMAN
Costume Design
MARTHA HALLY

Lighting Design
JOEL MORITZ

Sound Design
WILL PICKENS
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You already share a cubicle, break room AND elevator with them... Could you imagine being stranded on an island with your coworkers? Nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy, Neville’s Island follows four out-of-shape, middle-aged businessmen who are sent off on a team-building exercise in England’s Lake District and succeed in being the first people ever to get shipwrecked inland on a tiny island. As night falls, they find their corporate know-how leaves them ill-equipped for survival – from both the elements and each other. Neville's Island: Where The Office meets Survivor.

Production Sponsor: Patricia Woodbury, FTI Consulting

(Recommended for ages 15 and up)

 

 

Meet the Cast of Neville's Island

(Click on their picture to read their bio.)

Michael Glenn (Gordon)

Michael Glenn
(Gordon)

Bolton Marsh (Roy)

Bolton Marsh
(Roy)

Michael Rusotto (Neville)

Michael Russotto
(Neville)

Todd Schofield (Angus)

Todd Scofield
(Angus)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Articles About This Production

DCTheatreScene.com: Shipwrecked without a clue – Inside British comedy Neville’s Island at Olney Theatre

The Gazette:  Co-workers attempt to survive mother nature and each other in “Neville’s Island’

 

Reviews

DCMetroTheaterArts.com
 The age old question of “What would you bring with you to a desert island” always generates a wide range of curious answers, but the last thing anyone ever expects to hear when answering that question is “My co-workers from the office.” Read More...
 
The Washington Post
What do the words “middle management” bring to mind? If you picture a man halfway up a tree in his underwear, then the jolly “Neville’s Island” won’t take you by surprise. Read More...
 
MDTheatreGuide.com
If you’ve ever worked in an office, it’s likely you’ve endured at least one day full of team building exercises, breakout sessions, and catered luncheons. Yet, it’s less likely you wound up stranded on a desert island with your colleague from accounting and no clue how to survive the elements.  Read More...