Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 27, No. 8. 1964.
Producer Nola Millar directing the revolutionaries in a scene from "The Possessed," the famous novel by F. Dostoevsky, adapted for the stage by A. Camus.
Though set in the fermenting Russia of the 1870s, the play relates to problems of modem society, highlighting some of the differences between the East and West.
It will be presented in English by the Department of Modern Languages at Victoria University In the University Memorial Theatre from June 27 to July 1, including Sunday.
The cast is headed by Murray Gronwall with Maarten van Dijk. Pat Evison. Ronald Lynn, Matt O'Sullivan, Anne Flannery, Russell Duncan, Irene Esam, Ariadne Danilow, Bill Sheat. Bill Juliff. Nikolai Danilow, John Haxton, John Murphy, Tony Ashenden and others.
The production is under the general direction of Professor Danilow. The photograph is by Warwick Teague.
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