Full Length Play
Settings Of Play - The early 1950s in America and Wales.
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Unit Set/Multiple Settings
College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre, Reader's Theatre
RECOGNITION / AWARDS
Alec Guinness starred on Broadway as the intemperate and often vulgar poet. The play begins with his farewell to wife and Wales to tour the states, follows him to colleges, bars and bedrooms and finally to the ship that bore his body home, dead at 39.
"Sensitive, sympathetic and compelling...An absorbing study in human disintegration." - New York Post
"So absorbing that it became a personal experience, and not just a skillful piece for the theatre. One of the beautiful plays of our time." - New York Daily News
DYLAN was first presented by George W. George and Frank Granat at the Plymouth Theatre in New York City on January 18, 1964. Directed by Peter Glenville.