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by Edward Albee

Directed by Mervyn Lloyd

Saturday 3rd – Saturday 10th October 1970 in the Auditorium

This is the play that turns Albee overnight into a world-famous playwright. It is a savagely funny and moving study of an American middle-class marriage and provides a superb vehicle for four virtuoso performances.

Part of the Barn’s 1970/1971 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Mervyn Lloyd
Stage Manager-Stella Taylor
Production Manager-Pam Farlie
Set Designer-Michael McKever
Lighting-John Cunningham
Brenda Newey
Prompter-Peggy Thompson
Properties-Gloria Moseley
Dance Adviser-Deborah Thompson
Costumes-Janet While
Hairdressing-Julia Gosling
Sound-Peter Standen
Music-Andy Gee
Box Office-Noreen Stubbs
Set Construction-Members of The Barn Theatre Club

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