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Coming to the Russian River Hall:
Joe Orton’s Entertaining Mr. Sloane performed by Curtain Call Theatre.
Playing May 31 through June 22, 2024.

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The outrageously funny and irreverent play that has become a modern classic.


A cross between Oscar Wilde and Harold Pinter proving that “all classes are criminal today. We live in an age of equality”

Wanda Weimar as Kath
Nick Thayer as Mr. Sloane
Dan Vanek as Dada
Ray DeLeon as Ed

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Winner! London Drama Critics Award for Best Play
“A bizarre black comedy. … Everyone speaks of principle while tucking
away not only the corpse on the living room floor but the corpse of
western civilization as well.” -New York Herald Tribune

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Joe Orton (1933 – 1967) was born John Kingsley Orton in Leicester and from the age of two, lived on the Saffron Lane council estate. After winning a scholarship to RADA in 1951, he met Kenneth Halliwell, an actor and writer seven years his senior. Halliwell would become Orton’s friend, mentor, lover and, eventually, his murderer.

Between 1964 and 1967, Joe Orton contributed to an exciting working class culture that swept through the nation. A promiscuous and openly gay man at a time when homosexuality was actively persecuted by the police, Orton was the rising star of an ‘alternative British intelligentsia’. His first stage play, Entertaining Mr Sloane, was a huge success while his second, Loot, won the coveted Evening Standard award for Best Play.