The Lost Theatre is set to present the stage adaptation of Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, March 14-31, marking the 50th anniversary of the novel's publication. Paul Taylor-Mills will direct the production which will be designed by David Shields and have lighting design by Howard Hudson..

Jailed for statutory rape, anti-authoritarian Randle Patrick McMurphy is transferred to a mental institution for evaluation. But his unwillingness to comply and compassion for his fellow patients make him a prime target for the fearsome Nurse Mildred Ratched.

The cast will feature Dwayne Washington, Damien Tracey, James Unsworth, Annabel Capper, Stephanie Feeney, Bradley Williams, Lee Colley, Richard Vorster, Paul Cleveland, James Murphy, Bobby Bulloch, Sean Buchanan, Francis Adams, Thomas Barron, Amy Bell, Anita Gollschewsky, Tara Quinn, and Hannah Lederer.

Taylor-Mills' credits include White Bear's production of Little Shop of Horrors, nominated for four Off West End Awards, including Best Director, and Lost Theatre's production of A Clockwork Orange.

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