1966 Season

In its second year, Harlequin Players built on the foundation established during its first season. The company was expanded to 47 members; the staff was enlarged to five and, for the first time, paid minimal compensation. With the larger group came an expanded repertoire, with a spring pre-season production, a performance at the NorthPark fine arts festival, and four regular productions, including ambitious stagings of Death of a Salesman and She Stoops to Conquer.


 

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