Productions
Slow Dance on the Killing Ground

The three characters in the play must answer for a killing; two of which have been committed and the third which is contemplated. The reasons for the killing implicate the world our society has created — Hanley's "killing ground" for they share the guilt. How the characters, (a young, misanthropic Negro man; an unwed, pregnant girl; and a middle-aged German refugee) resolve the agonizing circumstances in which they find themselves, provides an incisive look at contemporary America.
About the Play
Written By: William Hanley
On Broadway: IBDB Details

About the Production
Run Dates: 5/8/1968 - 5/25/1968
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Aaron Frankel
Cast: Gisela Caldwell - Rosie
Glenn Johnson - Randall
Richard Kuss - Glas
Behind the Scenes: James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Joan Klynn - Stage Manager
S. Todd Muffatti - Set Designer