After the Rain (play)
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|After the Rain|
|Written by||John Bowen|
|Place premiered||Hampstead Theatre Club, London|
Its U.S. premiere on Oct. 9, 1967 at the John Golden Theater in New York City starred Alec McCowen and was directed by Vivian Matalon. It received a good review in the New York Times but only ran a short time.
- ALLEGORICAL PLAY PRAISED IN LONDON New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 03 Sep 1966: 12.
- Playbill from 1967 production accessed 16 June 2013
- PLAYWRIGHT OPTS FOR THE OLD IDEAS: Bowen, Author of 'After the Rain,' Works on Structure By RICHARD F. SHEPARD. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 13 Oct 1967: 30.
- Jinnie Schiele (2005). Off-centre Stages: Fringe Theatre at the Open Space and the Round House 1968-1983. Univ of Hertfordshire Press. pp. 43–. ISBN 978-1-902806-43-3.
- Theater: Play That Extends the Mind: 'After the Rain' by John Bowen Is at Golden Social Parable Deals With Flood Survivors By CLIVE BARNES. New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 10 Oct 1967: 54.
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