After the Fall

Cast & Crew

Cast

Carrie
Chairman; Executive; Wedding guest
Dan
Elsie
Father
Felice
Harley Barnes; Porter; Wedding guest; Executive
Holga
Lou
Louise
Lucas; Park lounger; Fan; U/S Harley Barnes
Maggie
Man in park; Record Company executive; Wedding guest; U/S Quentin
Mickey
Mother
Nurse 1; Mother’s maid; Wedding guest; Maggie’s secretary; U/S Mother
Nurse 2; Father’s secretary; Wedding guest; Fan; U/S Felice; U/S Elsie
Park lounger; Executive; Wedding guest; Fan; U/S Dan; Man in park
Quentin
Student piano player; Fan; U/S Lucas; Park lounger; Executive
T/O Father
U/S Father; Lou; Chairman
U/S Holga; Nurse; Mother’s maid
U/S Louise; Nurse; Father’s secretary
U/S Maggie; Carrie
U/S Mickey; T/O Harley Barnes; Porter; Executive

Crew

Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant to the Lighting Designer
Composer
Costume Supervisor
Costumes
Deputy Stage Manager
Design Assistant
Dialect Coach
Director
Lighting Designer
Photos
Production Manager
Sets
Sound
Staff Director
Stage Manager

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Observations

  1. On 19th December 2018 at 4:18 a.m., Swrobinson00 noted:

    I was an American college student studying English Literature and stage productions in the Fall of 1990 in London. My classmates and I were invited to meet with the stage designer one day just before an early matinee performance. I remember what struck me most was the set design was a sort of “swirl” or infinite loop (based on some mathematical formula, can’t remember what that was). I remember observing that the design was more of a “concept”, and not just a funky, simplistic stage set.

    Watching Josette Simon in the lead role was mesmerizing, and the final scene was quite controversial, but what still sticks with me the most is the image that the simple set, twirling off into infinity …

    If anyone can comment on that set design, or knows the name of the stage designer, please respond to this. It’s an image I have kept with me now for over 30 years.

    Swrobinson00@gmail.com

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