Taylor Theatre Playbills




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The playbill for Taylor University’s Fall 1967 performance of The Potting Shed by Graham Greene.

The Potting Shed tells the story of a man who returns home to his estranged family as his father is dying. Unsure why he was estranged from his family, he pursues answers his family will not provide. He realizes the answer is found in his blank memory about an event in a potting shed when he was fourteen.

Artistic Director

Gladys Greathouse

Technical Director

David Dickey

Publication Date



Upland, IN


psychological drama, family, religion, suicide


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The Potting Shed

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