Archives - Oleanna

by David Mamet

Directed by Hugh Croydon

Friday 28th November – Saturday 6th December 1997 in the Auditorium

A college lecturer, a man of about forty, interviews one of his students, a girl of about twenty. That is the play Oleanna, and if that sounds dull, nothing could be further from the truth. It is about sexual harassment and political correctness: certainly that is not dull. You will leave the theatre arguing into the night about the play’s message and its violent climax.

The play was presented at the Royal Court in 1993 with David Suchet and Lia Williams, and directed by Harold Pinter.

Part of the Barn’s 1997/1998 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


John-Roy Archer
Carol-Laura Eddy

Creative team

Director-Hugh Croydon
Set and Lighting Design-Bernard Usher
Sound Recording-Keith Price
Stage Manager-Victoria Rive
Assistant Stage Manager-Nigel Rive
Prompter-Gill Millinger
Wardrobe-Anne Classey
Properties-Belinda Putley
Jean Amato
Lighting Operator-Brenda Newey
Sound Operator-Laura Powell
Keith Price
James Rowles
Set Construction-Eric Farlie
John Wight
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Painting-Bernard Usher
Production Photographs-Denis Butcher
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson

Office Furniture lent by GWB of Codicote Road, Welwyn

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