Archives - One For The Road, A Kind Of Alaska and The Dumb Waiter

by Harold Pinter

Directed by Roy Archer

Monday 16th – Saturday 21st October 2000 in the Auditorium

Pinter — the only British playwright to be honoured with the suffix ‘esque’ — has written several excellent short plays. This collection covers the various facets of his work.

  • One for the Road is a play of menace with an offstage suggestion of revolution.
  • A Kind of Alaska is a haunting play based on a true story.
  • The Dumb Waiter, while still having a touch of menace, is an extremely funny account of two low-grade crooks under pressure.

For those who do not know Pinter’s work, here is an excellent opportunity to appreciate his versatility.

Part of the Barn’s 2000/2001 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

One for the Road

Nicholas-Dick Breeze
Victor-Mark Fuller
Gila-Elisabeth George
Nicky-Simon Cox

A Kind of Alaska

Deborah-Jan Westgarth
Hornby-George Blee
Pauline-Victoria Rive

The Dumb Waiter

Ben-John Davies
Gus-Eric Chorley

Creative team

Director-Roy Archer
Set Design-Martyn Jolly
Paul Molyneux
Set Construction-Martyn Jolly
Paul Molyneux
Lighting Design-Eric Farlie
Music and Sound Design-Denis Butcher
Stage Manager-Martyn Jolly
Paul Molyneux
Wardrobe-Irene Gill
Make-up-Vanessa Baker
Properties-Jean Amato
Belinda Putley
Lighting Operator-Shirley Shaw
Sound Operator-David Shaw
Prompter-Anne Woolmington
Production Secretary-Sybil Thompson

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