Today In Theatre History: NOVEMBER 30

News   Today In Theatre History: NOVEMBER 30 1924 Henry Oscar and Esme Biddle are the leads of Byron by Alice Law, at the Century Theatre in Bayswater, England. In a very small role is someone named Laurence Olivier.

1924 Henry Oscar and Esme Biddle are the leads of Byron by Alice Law, at the Century Theatre in Bayswater, England. In a very small role is someone named Laurence Olivier.

1926 The Actors Theatre Company begins a revival of Eugene O'Neill's Beyond the Horizon. The cast includes Judith Lowry, Robert Keith, and Aline MacMahon.

1937 W.P. Lipscomb's Thank You, Mr. Pepys! opens at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London. This comedy is based on the biography of Samuel Pepys by Arthur Bryant. The cast includes Edmund Gwenn, Barry K. Barnes, and Marjorie Mars.

1964 Slow Dance on the Killing Ground featuring George Rose opens at the Plymouth Theatre tonight. Hume Cronyn is co-producer of this William Hanley play about people associated with murder and death. Joseph Anthony directs the eleven-week run.

1988 Tonight's episode of "Tattinger" on NBC will be titled "Barrymore's," with a cast that includes Elaine Stritch, Blythe Danner, Jerry Stiller, Mary Beth Hurt and cameos by George Abbott and Garson Kanin. -- by Anne Bradley and Steve Luber