* World Premiere

After the Fall (1967)
The latest successful play by a distinguished American playwright. Written especially for the first Lincoln Center Repertory, it was their most brilliant and successful production, play in two seasons. It was written for the thrust stage, and moves fluidly back and forth in time. The play is a touching apologia for his life, and will be an important theatrical event in Seattle.
About the Play
Written By: Arthur Miller
On Broadway: IBDB Details
On the Screen: IMDB Details
Wikipedia: Read Wikipedia Article
About the Production
Run Dates: 7/25/1967 - 8/5/1967
Program: Program (.pdf)
Venue: Queen Anne
Directed By: Robert Loper
Cast: Kent R. Bishop - Reverend Harley Barnes
Jean Burch - Louise
Sara Farwell - Mother
Sparkle Finley - Carrie
Helen Harrelson - Holga
Richard Kuss - Father
Robert Milton - Lou
Lynda Myles - Maggie
Darrell Neumeyer - Man in the Park
Jerome Raphel - Mickey
Paul E. Richards - Quentin
Anita Stewart - Elsie
Ben Tone - Dan
David Vaughn - Chairman
Behind the Scenes: Phil Schermer - Set Designer