Brooklyn 1986. Joe & Elli have entered a major ballroom dancing competition. They have practiced hard and hope to win but their plans are jeopardized when the unexpected arrival of a figure from their past confronts them with a profound moral dilemma. Haunting, funny and poignant, Daytona is a play with two love stories at its heart.
"This is a compelling and deeply humane production and one I warmly recommend. It is a gripping story, powerfully told and excellently performed." Telegraph
"A profoundly powerful new play, Daytona is a gift. Its exceptional premier at the Park Theatre would be a tragedy to miss." Upcoming
"Oliver Cotton’s meaty plot and sharp, witty dialogue make for a poignant drama." A Younger Theatre
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About the Author
Oliver Cotton is a British stage and screen actor, well known for his work on stage, TV and film. As well as writing screenplays for film and television he has contributed to stage plays for the National Theatre, the Royal Court and the Globe Theatre. His first full-length play premiered at the Tiffany Theatre, Los Angeles, in 1999 and was subsequently presented at the King’s Head Theatre in London in 2010.