Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays: ArchiveThe Archive highlights significant documents relating to Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays which are held in Archive by either Alan Ayckbourn, the Ayckbourn Archive at the University of York or The Bob Watson Archive at the Stephen Joseph Theatre. All material is copyright protected and should not be reproduced.
Alan Ayckbourn’s original plan for the possible paths through Mr Accousticus’s mansion during the second act. This is held in the Ayckbourn Archive at the University of York. (Copyright: Alan Ayckbourn)
A rare photograph of the set for Alan Ayckbourn’s 1993 revival of Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays at the Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round. This set was purpose-built for the play as opposed to the world premiere in 1988, which had to work with the set for the theatre’s production of Turn of The Screw. (Copyright: Scarborough Theatre Trust)
A slightly more refined drawing of the plan by Alan Ayckbourn. (Copyright: Alan Ayckbourn)
A photograph from rehearsals for Alan Ayckbourn’s 2006 revival of the play at the Stephen Joseph Theatre. Left to right: Tom Sherman (rehearsing in his Neville the dog costume), Anja Rodford, Alan Ayckbourn & Becky Hindley. (Copyright: Scarborough Theatre Trust)
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