Productions
The Collection/The Room

The London Sunday Times calls Pinter “the most original, disturbing and arresting talent in theatrical London.” THE COLLECTION was first produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1962, and in America two years ago. THE ROOM was Pinter’s first play and has been seen in most of the capitals of Europe. Duncan Ross, formerly of the Old Vic, directed the first Pinter play ever reviewed, and will direct these two plays as a fitting finale to our season.
About the Play
Written By: Harold Pinter

About the Production
Run Dates: 9/12/1966 - Unknown
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Duncan Ross
Cast: Keve Bray - Riley
Jean Burch - Stella
Judith Doty - Mrs. Sands
Gerald Hjert - James
Jess Larsen - Bert Hudd
Elsa Raven - Rose
Michael Regan - Mr. Sands; Bill
David Vaughn - Mr. Kidd; Harry
Behind the Scenes: James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Alanson B. Davis - Set Designer