THE HISTORY

of Long Wharf Theatre

1965

IT ALL STARTED WITH…

Harlan Kleiman and Jon Jory, the founders of

Long Wharf Theatre. Read Betty Kubler’s article

“Theatre in a Food Terminal,” excerpted from the

Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Winter 1966.

Brian Dennehy.

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

After every performance, Long Wharf Theatre offers talkbacks with

a member of the creative team, giving audience members an

opportunity to respond to the work on stage in real time. Each evening,

after performances of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, actor Brian

Dennehy spoke with the audience, talking to them about the themes

of the play, the playwright’s genius, and the actor’s process.

Brian Dennehy.

IT ALL STARTED WITH…

Harlan Kleiman and Jon Jory, the founders of

Long Wharf Theatre. Read Betty Kubler’s article

“Theatre in a Food Terminal,” excerpted from the

Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Winter 1966.

Brian Dennehy.

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

After every performance, Long Wharf Theatre offers talkbacks with

a member of the creative team, giving audience members an

opportunity to respond to the work on stage in real time. Each evening,

after performances of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, actor Brian

Dennehy spoke with the audience, talking to them about the themes

of the play, the playwright’s genius, and the actor’s process.

Brian Dennehy.

1970

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

After every performance, Long Wharf Theatre offers talkbacks with

a member of the creative team, giving audience members an

opportunity to respond to the work on stage in real time. Each evening,

after performances of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, actor Brian

Dennehy spoke with the audience, talking to them about the themes

of the play, the playwright’s genius, and the actor’s process.

Brian Dennehy.

IT ALL STARTED WITH…

Harlan Kleiman and Jon Jory, the founders of

Long Wharf Theatre. Read Betty Kubler’s article

“Theatre in a Food Terminal,” excerpted from the

Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Winter 1966.

Brian Dennehy.

IT ALL STARTED WITH…

Harlan Kleiman and Jon Jory, the founders of

Long Wharf Theatre. Read Betty Kubler’s article

“Theatre in a Food Terminal,” excerpted from the

Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Winter 1966.

Brian Dennehy.

1971

IT ALL STARTED WITH…

Harlan Kleiman and Jon Jory, the founders of

Long Wharf Theatre. Read Betty Kubler’s article

“Theatre in a Food Terminal,” excerpted from the

Smith Alumnae Quarterly, Winter 1966.

Brian Dennehy.

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

After every performance, Long Wharf Theatre offers talkbacks with

a member of the creative team, giving audience members an

opportunity to respond to the work on stage in real time. Each evening,

after performances of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, actor Brian

Dennehy spoke with the audience, talking to them about the themes

of the play, the playwright’s genius, and the actor’s process.

Brian Dennehy.

KRAPP’S LAST TAPE

After every performance, Long Wharf Theatre offers talkbacks with

a member of the creative team, giving audience members an

opportunity to respond to the work on stage in real time. Each evening,

after performances of Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape, actor Brian

Dennehy spoke with the audience, talking to them about the themes

of the play, the playwright’s genius, and the actor’s process.

Brian Dennehy.

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