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1967 Theatre Archive

Dear Liar flyer

  • January 14-15, 1967
  • (Highlands Playhouse)

A delightful examination of the correspondence between Mrs. Patrick Campbell and George Bernard Shaw. Readers Theatre.

The Birthday Party flyer

  • February 23-25, March 2-4, 1967
  • By Harold Pinter
  • Directed by James O. Costy
  • (Highlands Playhouse)

A comedy of menace on man’s inability to escape from tradition and reality.

  • April 7-8, 1967
  • (Highlands Playhouse)
  • Reader’s Theatre

The personalities of the Presidential families are portrayed in readings from interviews and observations.

Comrades flyer

  • May 18-20, 25-27, 1967
  • By August Stringdberg
  • Directed by Donald B. Muir
  • (Highlands Playhouse)

Written in 1888, this "black comedy" presents an extremely modern view of the conflict between man and woman.

Androcles And The Lion flyer

  • May 20 & May 27, 1967
  • (Bret Harte Hayward)
  • (Barrett Jr. High San Lorenzo)
  • Children’s Theatre.

Geoge Bernard Shaw has provided the basis for the adaptation about a Roman and his friendship with a Lion.

Ring Around the Moon flyer

  • August 10-12, 17-19, 1967
  • By Jean Anouilh
  • Translated by Christopher Fry
  • Directed by Alice Hatchell
  • (Highlands Playhouse)

Set in France prior to World War I, the play mirrors the gay and playful air of a neo-romantic society. The humdrum of daily life was spiced with the frivolous games of courtship and social appearances.

  • November 1-3, 1967
  • By Howard Slatoff
  • (Highlands Playhouse)
  • Reader’s Theatre.

Songs from the Green Crow flyer

  • November 10-12, 17-19, 1967
  • By Sean O’Casey
  • Directed by Donald B. Muir
  • (Highlands Playhouse)

The Enchanted Prince or Niccolo and Nicollette flyer

  • December 2, 1967
  • By Alan Cullen
  • Directed by Jeanne Hull
  • (Chabot College Auditorium)
  • Children’s Theatre
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