Seven Plays- Translated and introduced by Joe Martin- with a Foreword by Björn Meidal
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First Production/Performance Credits THE GHOST SONATA This translation of The Ghost Sonata was first produced in Washington D.C. by the Strindberg Festival and American Showcase Theatre (now Metro Stage) April-May 1988: Directed by Joe Martin; original music composed by Anna Larson; scenic and costume design by Nicole Quinqueton Platz; choreography by Cynthia Berkshire; lighting design by John Burgess; music performed by Anna Larson and Thomas Ohrstrom. THE STRONGER, PARIAH AND SIMOOM These translations of The Stronger, Pariah and Simoom were first produced together as Three One-Acts, as part of the Strindberg Festival in Washington D.C. at Source Theatre Company in March-April1988: Directed by Robert McNamara; set design by John Antone; lighting by John James McCarthy; sound by David Crandall; cos- tume design by Zoe Stofflett. CARL XI/ The translation of Strindberg's Carl XII was presented in a public reading April 15, 1988 by the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C., Michael Kahn Artistic Director, in association with the Strindberg Festival: Directed by Derek Jones; Assistant Director, Anna E. Southerington. • • •
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