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Two One-Act Plays Directed by David Wheeler

A Slight Ache written by Harold Pinter
A comedy of menace at a country house during a summer morning, noon, and afternoon.

Play written by Samuel Beckett
Buried up to their necks in three burial urns, a husband, his wife, and his mistress speak about their lives from the world of the dead.

Performed by the Theatre Company of Boston

Publication Date

10-12-1967

City

Portland, ME

Keywords

Theatre, University of Southern Maine Department of Theatre, Theatre Program

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Theatre and Performance Studies | Theatre History

Comments

A Slight Ache Cast

Flora ... Bronia Stefan
Edward .. Paul Benedict
Matchseller ... Tim Affleck

Play Cast

First Woman ... Naomi Thornton
Second Woman ... Bronia Stefan
Man ... Ted Kazanoff

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