Ena Lamont Stewart wrote Men Should Weep in a 'blaze' in an effort to show 'real people' living 'real lives'... however the play we all know and study is not the script Ena first wrote in 1947. Her first vision was much darker, much angrier, much more radical and it has not been performed in over half a century.
Following the performance on Wed 5 October, join director Graham McLaren and the cast of our production as they read the original final act on stage and reveal what the playwright first wanted to happen to the Morrison family.
This event is completely free, but you must reserve a ticket. To reserve a place phone the Citizens Theatre Box Office on 0141 429 0022.
Since we don't expect every member of that night's audience to be able to stay, please note that you're very welcome to book a place simply for the read-through (even if you're not attending that night)
Men Should Weep
Wed 5 October, 10.15pm
at the Citizens Theatre