Remembrance of Things Past (play)

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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