* World Premiere

Eh? (1968)
In this British farce, Livings does an anatomy of modern mass man. In the world of machines it still takes someone to press the button, and Livings pushes that button and sets in motion an hilarious examination of today's pop culture. In this new culture, the old sanctions of God, church, state, family, boss, work, all drop out of “modern man's" ethical vocabulary and what replaces them provides a frenetically comic view of his new life.
About the Play
Written By: Henry Livings
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About the Production
Run Dates: 5/29/1968 - 7/6/1968
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Gerald Harte
Cast: Stanley Anderson - Reverend Mort
Glenn Johnson - Aly
Elsa Raven - Mrs. Murray
Nick Savian - Price
Elizabeth Swain - Betty Dorrick
Arne Zaslove - Valentine Brose
Behind the Scenes: James R. Crider - Costume Designer
Joan Klynn - Stage Manager
Richard (Dick) Montgomery - Lighting Designer
William (Bill) Raoul - Set Designer