translated by Michael Frayn
- 001_Introduction.mp3 0:02:02
- 002_Act One Part One.mp3 0:19:22
- 003_Act One Part Two.mp3 0:23:50
- 004_Act Two Part One.mp3 0:28:24
- 005_Act Two Part Two.mp3 0:14:05
- 006_Credits.mp3 0:01:17
The dreary aspects of Soviet housing and one family’s attempt to “exchange” its tiny Moscow apartment for a larger one. Adapted from a novella by the respected Russian writer Yuri Trifanov, as translated by playwright Michael Frayn.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring: Ian Abercrombie as Viktor’s Father Rosalind Ayres as Lena Sharon Bamber as Aunt Ahenya Joyce Blair as Viktor’s Mother Barbara Bosson as Lora Peter A. Jacobs as Kalugin and Felix Martin Jarvis as Viktor Zosukuma Kunene as Alik Anna Sophie Loewenberg as Natashka Vonetta McGee as Tanya Marian Mercer as Lena’s Mother Robin Nordli as Factory Director and Funeral Orator William Palmieri as Snitkin and others John Randolph as Viktor’s Grandfather Melissa Smigley as Marina, and Girl Next Door Malachi Throne as Lena’s Father Translated and adapted by Michael Frayn. Directed by Robert Robinson. Recorded before a live audience in Santa Monica, CA in April, 1992.
Featuring: Ian Abercrombie, Rosalind Ayres, Sharon Bamber, Joyce Blair, Barbara Bosson, Peter A. Jacobs, Martin Jarvis, Zosukuma Kunene, Anna Sophie Loewenberg, Vonetta McGee, Marian Mercer, Robin Nordli, William Palmieri, John Randolph, Melissa Smigley, Malachi Throne