Time Listings: Jul. 25, 1969

Among the comedies lighting up the summer nights this week:

PETERBOROUGH, N.H. The Peterborough Players. When the lights go down, Peter Shaffer's characters cavort and sport their way through a people-jam in the dark in his hilarious Black Comedy. The Public Eye, another one-acter by Shaffer, follows a seemingly errant young wife.

PROVINCETOWN, MASS. Playhouse. They were extras around Hamlet's Elsinore. When Tom Stoppard's spotlight shines on them in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, they are found to be heroes of flashing wit but blinking comprehension, unsure whether they are involved in a comedy...

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