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    Role: Jimmie Horlick ‘Star Chamber’
    Director: Michael Greif, Ann Reinking
    Author: Noel Coward
    Venue: Williamstown Theatre Festival | Adams Memorial Theatre, 1000 Main Street, Williamstown, MA (413/597-3400)
    Schedule: June 16, 2000 – July 2, 2000
    Other Cast: Terrence Mann, Barbara Sims, Bill Irwin
    Tonight at 8.30 is a cycle of ten one-act plays by Noël Coward. In the introduction to a published edition of the plays, Coward wrote, “A short play, having a great advantage over a long one in that it can sustain a mood without technical creaking or over padding, deserves a better fate, and if, by careful writing, acting and producing I can do a little towards reinstating it in its rightful pride, I shall have achieved one of my more sentimental ambitions.”[1]

    Tonight at 8.30 was first produced in 1935 in Manchester and on tour and played in London (1936), New York (1936–1937) and Canada (1938). The plays were performed in various combinations of three at each performance during the original run. The plays chosen for each performance were announced in advance, although a myth evolved that the groupings were random.[2] The plays have enjoyed several major revivals, and several films and television adaptations are based on them. From August to October 2009, the series was presented in repertory by the Shaw Festival. [ ? ]

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