A play by Graham Greene Directed by Stephen O'Toole Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc. An unwanted son returns to his father's deathbed. His mother will not permit him to see his father in his last moments, and he is estranged from every member of his family. Why? The key apparently is an event in the potting shed when he was 14 years old. This taut, stirring psychological drama ran during the 1956 Broadway season to great acclaim and offers a thought-provoking look at the possibility of faith and miracles in a rationalist world. Graham Greene puts faith and reason on a collision course in this edge-of-your-seat mystery thriller. "Brilliantly effective, remarkably moving, enormously provocative" New York Post FEATURING Jeremy Stanbary as JAMES CALLIFER Sarah Sarah Stanbary as SARA CALLIFER Meri Golden as MRS. CALLIFER Richard Choate as DR. KREUZER Charles Numrich as DR. FREDERICK BASTON Ali Daniels as ANNE CALLIFER Dann Peterson as FR. WILLIAM CALLIFER Gail Ottmar as MRS. POTTER / MISS CONNOLLY David Denninger as JOHN CALLIFER Jesse Villarreal as CORNER Stacy Kohout, stage manager. Jane Ryan, scenic designer/artist. Adam Raine, lighting designer. Barb Portinga, costume designer. Mark Copenhaver, sound designer. Nate Farley, props master/house manager. Matt Schneider, carpenter. Kellie Serena, box office manager. Bridget Scott, PR communications.
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