Remembrance Of Things Past (play)
Remembrance of Things Past is the 2000 collaborative stage adaptation by Harold Pinter and director Di Trevis of Harold Pinter's as-yet unproduced The Proust Screenplay (1977), a screen adaptation of À la recherche du temps perdu, the seven-volume novel by Marcel Proust.
In November 2000, the play premiered at the Royal National Theatre, in London, under the direction of Trevis, who also produced and directed it with a student cast at the Victorian College of the Arts Drama School, in Melbourne, Australia, in October 2002. There also were foreign-language productions of the play in Denmark and Slovenia in 2004.
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... The production transferred to the Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, running from 23 February until 4 April 2001. ...
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