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Rope's end

 

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A new play opens this weekend at the Victoria Playhouse. It's called Rope's End written by Douglas Bowie. We meet Toby who's reached the end of his rope, middle aged and alone.

He thinks about Marisa, the love of his life. But it's been 31 years since he last saw her at summer camp, when they were

13. We'll find out more about Rope's End but first a scene with Johanna Nutter as Marisa and Toby is played by Jody Racicot.

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