Paul Levy talks to Rowan Scarborough and Frank Simms about Troublesome People by Jill Haas

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Troublesome People by Jill Haas was a big hit at the Brighton Fringe and an award-winner to boot. In this interview, Paul Levy talks to performer, Rowan Scarborough , who plays Leni in the production, and director Frank Simms from Ashrow Theatre,  about how the play has developed in the run up to, and during the Edinburgh Fringe. “Troublesome People examines the Second World War through the eyes of conscientious objectors, Jewish refugees and arable farmers all working on the Isle of Man. With a cast of seven, this play explores the courage and bravery required by everyone during WWII and helps highlight the plight of these individuals surviving on the periphery of a global war, whether by choice or circumstance. Jill Haas is a prize-winning American author now resident in the UK.”

Listen to our interview with Rowan Scarborough and Frank Simms about Troublesome People

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