* World Premiere

Absurd Person Singular (1977)
ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR captured the hearts of 1975-76 Broadway theatre-goers for more than 17 months at the Music Box Theatre. It's a brilliantly polished comedy that looks at three contemporary couples at three successive Christmas parties. But underneath the hilarity, ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR takes a long, hard look at a cross-section of today's society. The result is a bright, witty, satirical work by Alan Ayckbourn, who also wrote RELATIVELY SPEAKING, which played at ACT last season.
About the Play
Written By: Alan Ayckbourn
On Broadway: IBDB Details
On the Screen: IMDB Details
Wikipedia: Read Wikipedia Article
About the Production
Run Dates: 9/29/1977 - 10/22/1977
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Raymond Clarke
Cast: Barbara Berge - Jane
Robert Cornthwaite - Ronald
Saylor Cresswell - Geoffrey
Donald Ewer - Sidney
Barbara Lester - Marion
Marion Lines - Eva
Behind the Scenes: Jody Briggs - Lighting Designer
Gregory A. Falls - Artistic Director
Bill Forrester - Scenic Designer
Eileen MacRae Murphy - Stage Manager
Sally Richardson - Costume Designer
Phil Schermer - Technical Director
Shelley Henze Schermer - Property Master
Michael Weholt - Assistant Stage Manager
Andrew M. Witt - General Manager