Sharon Small stars in 'Good' which opens at London's Harold Pinter Theatre tonight, Thursday 6th October and runs until 24th December. C.P. Taylor's play is set in 1930s Germany and is considered to be a leading Holcaust drama. It asks the question "How is it possible to be a ‘good’ person when things are falling apart".
Sharon stars as Helen opposite fellow Scottish actor David Tennant who plays John Halder, a decent, intelligent, music-loving German professor who finds himself swept along in a movement that crescendos towards an unthinkable finale. Eliot Levey also stars as Maurice.
Olivier Award winning Dominic Cooke directs the play said, "I am so excited to finally get 'GOOD' into rehearsals and our patience has been rewarded with the thrilling combination of David Tennant, Elliot Levey, and Sharon Small together on stage. I can't wait for audiences to experience C.P. Taylor's remarkable and timely play with these three fantastic actors".
'Good' was first performed by the RSC in 1981, playing the Donmar Warehouse, Aldwych Theatre, and subsequently Broadway. A film, featuring Viggo Mortensen, Jodie Whittaker, and Jason Isaacs, was released in 2008.
Scottish actress Sharon Small is best known for starring roles in 'Trust Me', 'Born to Kill', 'Mistresses' and the 'Inspector Lynley Mysteries'. She is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click her image for her profile page and voiceover showreel.