|from the 1946 production by the Progressive Players Amateur Drama Company (Gateshead, England)|| || Berkeley Square |
by John L. Balderston and Jack C. Squire
First performance: 6 Oct 1926
Based on Henry James’s The Sense of the Past, Balderston’s play follows modern-day American Peter Standish who exchanges place with his American Revolution ancestor. Leslie Howard starred in the 1929 Broadway run. Some sources list Jack C. Squire as a coauthor.
[The same room, at the same time, on the same day, in 1928. Most of the furniture remains, but the tone of time has settled upon it, and there are some changes.]
—from the stage directions