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This venerable theatre institution is celebrating a 30th birthday. Below, just a few of its outstanding productions.

[[top left image - a B&W photograph of Jason Robards and Farrell Pelly shaking hands in 'The Iceman Cometh']]

[[top centre image - a B&W photograph of Geraldine Page stood with Lee Richardson kneeling and holding on to her waist in 'Summer and Smoke']]

[[top right image - a B&W photograph of George C. Scott guesturing in 'Desire Under the Elms']]

[[middle far-left image - a B&W photograph of James Earl Jones lying down with his hands on Julienne Marie's neck in 'Othello']]

[[middle centre-left image - a B&W photograph of Dustin Hoffman and Joe Maher working on some pipes in 'Eh?']]

[[middle centre-right image - a B&W photograph of Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach in 'Waltz of the Toreadors']]

[[middle far-right image - a B&W photograph of Richard Chamberlain, Sylvia Miles and Dorothy McGuire in 'The Night of the Iguana']]

[[bottom left image - a B&W photograph of Lynn Redgrave holding a sword in 'Saint Joan']]

[[bottom centre image - a B&W photograph of Nicholas Surovy playing a marching band drum trying to hand a tambourine to Laurie Kennedy in 'Major Barbara']]

[[bottom right image - a B&W photograph of Ellis Rabb on the phone sat in a wheelchair in 'The Man Who Came To Dinner']]

TOP ROW: Jason Robards, Farrell Pelly, The Iceman Cometh (1956); Geraldine Page, Lee Richardson, Summer and Smoke (1952); George C. Scott, Desire Under the Elms (1963). CENTER ROW: James Earl Jones, Julienne Marie, Othello (1964); Dustin Hoffman, Joe Maher, Eh? (1966); Anne Jackson, Eli Wallach, Waltz of the Toreadors (1973); Richard Chamberlain, Sylvia Miles, Dorothy McGuire, The Night of the Iguana (1976). BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Redgrave, Saint Joan (1977); Laurie Kennedy, Nicholas Surovy, Major Barbara (1980); Ellis Rabb, The Man Who Came To Dinner (1980).


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