November Production 1989 - "Too Long An Autumn" by Jimmie Chinn, and Five Sketches by Harold Pinter
Vis-à-vis Theater, Kosterberg, Basel
1/2/3/4 November 1989
Too Long An Autumn, by Jimmie Chinn
Directed by Flavio De Rosa
Maisie May, a former music-hall star - Joan Kuster
Arnold Windrush - Graham Simons
Ursula Windrush - Sheila Weir
Dad - Ted Ford
Chris Tavistock-Smythe - Dennis Dell
Miss Tate - Ruth Meier
Dora Coxhall - Sonia Dell
Five Revue Sketches by Harold Pinter
Directed by Richard Levitt
"Request Stop" tells of a woman who is insulted at the bus stop - or is she?
First woman: Joy Scherer; small man: Graham Simons; tall Man: Norman Koeth; other woman: Cynthia Baer
"Last to Go" or "One and Another" - a bar tender and a customer talk at each other.
Barman: Norman Koeth; old man: Graham Simons
"Special Offer" - a secretary tells us about a very special advertisement, 'Man for Sale'.
Secretary: Cynthia Baer
"Trouble in the Works" concerns the problem of capital versus labour in a miniscule manner.;
Fibbs: Graham Simons, Wills: Morman Koeth
"The Black and White" is a discussion between two elderly pensioners about the all-night bus.
Frist woman: Joy Scherer; Second woman: Cynthia Baer
Production Manager: Rudolf Kuster
Stage manager: Richard Levitt