Making Tracks (Ayckbourn play)
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|Written by||Alan Ayckbourn|
|Date premiered||16 December 1981|
|Place premiered||Stephen Joseph Theatre (Westwood site), Scarborough|
Making Tracks was a 1981 musical play with words by Alan Ayckbourn and music by Paul Todd. It is set in a recording studio and is about Stan, a recording studio owner in debt to businessman Wolfe, who stakes everything on singer/songwriter Sandy, whilst using the voice of Lace, who is Stan's ex-wife and Wolfe's new partner.
Although the musical enjoyed good ticket sales, critical reaction was lukewarm. The play has been only re-staged a few times, was never published, and is not available for production.
- Making Tracks on official Ayckbourn site
- Allen, Paul (2004) A Pocket Guide to Alan Ayckbourn Plays Faber & Faber ISBN 0-571-21492-4
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