Archives - Veronica’s Room

by Ira Levin

Directed by Eric Chorley

Saturday 31st March – Saturday 7th April 1990 in the Auditorium

This totally absorbing spider’s web, entwining fantasy and reality, is by master thriller-writer Ira Levin, author of Rosemary’s Baby and Death Trap.

Susan, a young Boston college student, is persuaded by the McKays, housekeepers of the Brabisani mansion, to impersonate the dead Veronica, to solace their employer living in the past and believing Veronica to be alive and angry with her. Once dressed in Veronica’s clothes, events take a surprising turn of events.

To reveal any more of the plot would be to spoil the enjoyment. This is a play that must be seen!


  • Hertford Theatre Festival - 28th April
    • Most Promising Female Newcomer for Emily Fairman

Part of the Barn’s 1989/1990 season and a festival entry

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Man-Eric Chorley
Woman-Jean Endean
Young Man-Paul Mulrennan
Young Woman-Emily Fairman

Creative team

Director-Eric Chorley
Design-Clyde Wilson
Lighting Design-Eric Farlie
Sound-Michael Merry
Neil Rhodes
Stage Manager-Norman Merry
Prompter-Sylvia Townend
Lighting Operator-Andy Graves
Costumes-Members of The Company
Properties-Anne Classey
Set Construction-Clyde Wilson
Pat Finch
Norman Merry
Set Dressing-Heather Freeman
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson
Associate Director-Janet Lloyd

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