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


Caitlin – Marjory Grube

Dylan – Roger Fischer

Reporters – Rosemary Abts, Steven Doelder, Richard Eddy, Gary Gephart, Mary Keen, Lloyd Sargent, Ruth Vollrath, Tom Weavers

Brinnin – Pat O’Brien

Angus – John Pena

Club Woman – Ruth Vollrath

Meg – Leny Wendel

Annabelle – Pat McCormick

Mattock – Tom Zientek

Bartender – Steven Doelder

Bystander – Richard Eddy

Stage Manager – Tom Weavers

Katherine Anne Porter – Mariann Ritzer

Miss Wonderland – Thelma Wonderland

Stagehand – Lloyd Sargent

Minister – Gary Gephart

Elena – Marian Panke

Jay Henry – Tom Zientek

Party Crasher  – Mary Keen

Doctor – Steven Doelder

Nancy – Rosemary Abts

Deck Officer – Rick Demeuse

Production Staff

Director/ Designer: James Loeffler

Assistant to Director: Sue Krause

Assistant to Designer: Tom Zientek

Stage Manager: Mariann Ritzer

Floor Manager: Werner Krause

Technical Manager: Henry Weinberger Jr

Costume Design: Pat VonRautenkranz

Light Design: Don Zastrow

Sound Design: Carter VonRautenkranz

Properties: Karin Schreiber

Co-Chairman: Betty Segor, Marilyn Zimmermann

Make-Up Design: Lin Hendee

Cover Art: Original sketch by David Stone-Martin

Program Design: Roger Lahm

Production Photographer: Bob Berg