Peter Gill, playwright and theatre director
Sleepers' Den (1965)
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The Sleepers' Den

by Peter Gill

The English Stage Society

Royal Court Theatre, 28 February 1965

Part of the Productions Without Decor series presented for members of the English Stage Society.

There will be one interval of 15 minutes

Old Mrs. Shannon Kathleen Williams KATHLEEN WILLIAMS first appeared in "The Blue Bird" at the Garrick Theatre. Like most of the cast she was born in London.
Maria Jean Woollard "The Sleepers' Den" is JEAN WOOLLARD's first stage appearance. She was born in Tooting in 1952.
Mrs Shannon Eileen Atkins EILEEN ATKINS last appeared at the Court in "Exit the King". She was born in a Salvation Army home in Clapton and brought up in Tottenham near TREVOR PEACOCK.
Mr. Blake Anthony Hall ANTHONY HALL comes from Cardiff where he went to the same drama school as the author. He last appeared at the Court in The Wesker Trilogy.
Frankie Trevor Peacock TREVOR PEACOCK started his professional career at the Windmill. His own first stage play "Collapse of Stout Party" is due to open in London in May.
Mary Lynch Sonia Graham SONIA GRAHAM was born in Croydon. She recently finished a nine-month spell in the TV serial "Compact".
Directed by Desmond O'Donovan DESMOND O'DONOVAN is an assistant director at the National Theatre where he recently co-directed "The Royal Hunt of the Sun". His next production at the Court will be Wedekind's "Spring Awakening" in April.
Stage Manager Christopher Gibb
Assistant Stage Manager Andrew Aynsley
Setting & Costumes Brenda Briant
Ruth Myers
Lighting John Lloyd
Author Peter Gill PETER GILL was born in Cardiff. He left there to become an actor in 1957. He was with the Royal Shakespeare Company for a time and was in the recent film "Zulu". He has been an assistant director at the Royal Court since last June.

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