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Plymouth Theatre, (10/01/1963 - 1/04/1964)
Booth Theatre, (1/06/1964 - 2/08/1964)
First Preview: Sep 30, 1963 Total Previews: 1
Opening Date: Oct 01, 1963    
Closing Date: Feb 08, 1964 Total Performances: 149

Category: Play, Original, Broadway
Setting: A Royal Air Force station in England. Present time.



Production Staff
Produced by Morton Gottlieb and Helen Bonfils
Originally produced by The Royal Court Theatre and Bob Swash
Written by Arnold Wesker
Directed by John Dexter
Production Design by Jocelyn Herbert
General Manager: Richard Seader
Production Supervisor: Ed Wittstein; Stage Manager: Julian Oldfield; Assistant Stage Mgr: Edward Burrell, Norman Allen, Gerald McNally and Gill Sutherland
Press Representative: Dorothy Ross; Drill Instruction by R. Brittain, M.B.E. (ex-R.S.M.); Assistant to the Director: Braham Murray; Press Associate: Tom Trenkle; Press Assistant: Richard O'Brien
Cast
Norman AllenFourth Airman
Gary Bond276 Thompson (Pip)
Edward BurrellSecond Airman
Tony CaunterP.T. Instructor Flt. Sgt.
Dallas CavellWing Commander
Alan DobieCorporal Hill
Patrick EllisRecruit
Barry EvansFirst Airman
Derek Fowlds252 Wingate (Charles)
Robert HewittSqaudron Leader
George Innes239 Cannibal (Archie)
Ronald Lacey279 Washington (Smiler)
John LaneFifth Airman
George LaytonFirst Corporal
John Levitt277 Cohen (Dodger)
James LuckNight Guard
Gerald McNallyThird Airman
John Noakes272 Richardson (Whitey)
Corin RedgravePilot Officer
Michael Standing266 Smith (Dickey)
Terence Taplin247 Seaford (Wilfe)
Christopher TimothySecond Corporal
Frank Wylie284 McClure (Andrew)
Understudies: Norman Allen (277 Cohen (Dodger)), Edward Burrell (272 Richardson (Whitey)), Tony Caunter (Corporal Hill, Sqaudron Leader), Patrick Ellis (252 Wingate (Charles), 279 Washington (Smiler)), John Lane (First Airman, Fourth Airman, Night Guard, Recruit, Second Airman, Third Airman), George Layton (239 Cannibal (Archie), 276 Thompson (Pip)), James Luck (266 Smith (Dickey)), Gerald McNally (247 Seaford (Wilfe), 284 McClure (Andrew), First Corporal, Second Corporal) and Christopher Timothy (P.T. Instructor Flt. Sgt., Pilot Officer)