* World Premiere

Quiet Caravans (1975)
The play takes place in Atlantic City in a house that borders on—- seems to merge into--the Boardwalk. The house belongs to Louis and Bella, a middle—aged couple who take in roomers during the summer. Louis works at small jobs on the Boardwalk and "watches." Bella is restive, even embattled, until a mysterious visitor offers her an exciting but mysterious chance to change her life. The play then slips in and out of realism into a bizarre love story.
About the Play
Written By: Barry Dinerman
About the Production
World Premiere
Run Dates: 7/21/1975 - 9/6/1975
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Gregory A. Falls
Cast: Sylvia Gassell - Bella
Susan Ludlow - Mickey
Marjorie Nelson - Mrs. Mirsch
John Renforth - Sergeant Farkas
Ben Tone - Louis
Behind the Scenes: Faye Kreinberg - Properties
Michael Lowther - Technical Director
Eileen MacRae Murphy - Stage Manager
A.W. (Al) Nelson - Lighting Designer
Sally Richardson - Costume Designer
Jerry Williams - Settings