Separate Tables

Separate Tables

Broadway
Musical
One Act
Original
SYNOPSIS: An evening of two one-acts by Terence Rattigan, Table By the Window and Table Number Seven, both set at an English seaside hotel. In Table By the Window, a frigid woman attempts to win back her husband who has just come out of prison for attempting to murder her. Table Number Seven follows a spinsterish young woman who resolutely defends a shy man, despite her domineering mother's objections and even after he turns out to have molested women in darkened movie theatres.

Awards

Tony Award
1957 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1957 Best Actress in a Play Winner
1957 Best Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
1957 Best Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
1957 Best Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
1957 Direction (pre-1960) Nominee
1957 Play Nominee
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