1989 PRODUCTIONS
March

HARVEY
by Mary Chase
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
MYRTLE MAY SIMMONS - Terry Jax
VETA LOUISE SIMMONS - Shirley Oberg
ELWOOD P. DOWD - Martin Pinaud
MISS JOHNSON - Veronica Willis
MRS ETHEL CAHUVENET - Marcia Gill
RUTH KELLY - Rhonda Zimmerman
MARVIN WILSON - James Elliott
LYMAN SANDERSON M.D - Michael Gooley
WILLIAM R. CHUMLEY M.D - Graham Egan
BETTY CHUMLEY - Pollie Dowling
JUDGE OMAR GAFFNEY - Brian Belcher
E.J LOFGREN - Dennis Ballard

Production Design: Doreen Grant
Special Portraits: Margaret Codelli
Stage Manager: Dennis Ballard
Props: Veronica Willis
Costumes: Ivy Coffey and Rose Forrest
Lighting Design: James Bruce

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May

WHAT THE BUTLER SAW
by Joe Orton
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
DR PRENTICE - Lawrence Hinwood
GERALDINE BARCLAY - Kathy Goddard
MRS PRENTICE - Jo Peters
NICHOLAS BECKETT - Terry Robson
DR RANCE - Dick May
SERGEANT MATCH - Neil Reilly

Production Design: Joy Baker and Jim Cover
Stage Managers: Linda Macauley, Michael Gooley and Lorraine Ashbrook
Script Supervisor: Clare Moran
Costumes: Ivy Coffey and Rose Forrest
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Programme Design: Neil Reilly
Photography: John Russell
Sound Co-ordinator: Robert Elworthy

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August

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
by Marc Camoletti
Directed by Shirley Oberg

Cast
JACQUELINE - Kaye Lewis-Driver
ROBERT - Michael Duffy
BERNARD - Martin Pinaud
BRIGIT 1 - Clare Moran
BRIGIT 2 - Catherine Murphy

Production Design: Shirley Oberg
Stage Managers: Linda Macauley and Lorraine Ashbrook
Costumes: Ivy Coffey and Rose Forrest
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Programme Design: Sue Burns
Photography: James Russell
Sound Co-ordinator: Robert Elworthy

Production Photos


October

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST
by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Dennis Allen

Cast
ALGERNON MONCRIEF - Peter Halpin
LANE - Paul Rudd
JACK WORTHING - Michael Gooley
LADY BRACKNELL - Jo Peters
GWENDOLEN - Barbara Doran
MISS PRISM - Gen Webb
CECILY - Caroline Sundquist
MERRIMAN - Veronica Willis
REV. CANON CHASUBLE - Steven Andrews

Production Design: Dennis Allen
Production Assistant: Jane Sieber
Stage Managers: Linda Macauley and Graham Egan
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Jutta Gruene and Rose Forrest
Millinery: Rose Forrest
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Programme Design: Barbara Done and Jo Peters
Photography: Joanne Urbanik
Sound Co-ordinator: Robert Elworthy

Production Photos

 
1988 PRODUCTIONS
March

THE CHALK GARDEN
by Enid Bagnold
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
MISS MADRIGAL - Janet Walker
MAITLAND - Neil Reilly
SECOND APPLICANT - Narelle Jaeger
THIRD APPLICANT - Frances Sims
LAUREL - Samantha Woodhill
MRS ST MAUGHAM - Jo Peters
NURSE - Frances Sims
OLIVIA - Narelle Jaeger
THE JUDGE - Peter Theodore

Production Design: James Bruce
Scenic Artwork: Jim Cover and Michelle Zeibots
Stage Manager: Simone Zeibots
Script Supervision: Mary Sturmey
Props: Mary Sturmey
Costume Design: Margaret Griffin
Costume Making: Margaret Griffin, Rose Forrest, Jutta Gruene and Ivy Coffey
Furnishings: Rose Forrest
Millinery: Rose Forrest
Sound Effects: Robert Elworthy and Ian Coppock
Programme: Portofino Design and Michelle Zeibots
Photography: Norm Richardson

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May

A FUNNY KIND OF DAY
by John McIntyre
Directed by Lawrence Hinwood

Cast
TIM SPRING - Richard May
KATIE SPRING - Catherine Murphy
MRS ER - Amanda Marsden
ROGER WESTON-LAMB - Harry Elliot
BOO-BOO - Katie Williams
MYRTLE BOGGSLEY - Clare Moran
P.P. TASKLEY - Richard Evans

Production Design: Larwrence Hinwood
Artwork: Olivia Bowring
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Jutta Gruene and Rose Forrest
Stage Manager: Robert Elworthy
Script Supervisor: Marie Evans
Props: Lawrence Hinwood and Judith Thomas
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting and Sound Technician: Ian Coppock
Programme Co-ordinator: Jim Cover and Jutta Gruene
Programme Cover Design: Jutta Gruene
Photography: Norman Richards

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August

LLYOD GEORGE KNEW MY FATHER
by Douglas Home
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
GEN. SIR WILLIAM BOOTHROYD - Graham Egan
LADY SHIELA BOOTHROYD - Jo Peters
HUBERT BOOTHROYD - Neil Reilly
MAUD BOOTHROYD - Laureen Davis
SALLY BOOTHROYD - Alison Cini
SIMON GREEN - Gary Simmons
REV. TREVOR SIMMINDS - Adrian Thompson
ROBERTSON - Brian Belcher

Production Design: Doreen Grant
Artwork: Olivia Bowering
Paintings: Margaret Codell
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Jutta Gruene and Rose Forrest
Stage Manager: Larry Davis
Script Supervisor: Pollie Dowling
Props: Veronica Willis and Brian Belcher
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting and Sound Technician: Robert Elworthy
Programme Co-ordinator: Jutta Gruene
Programme Cover Design: Portofino Design
Photographs: Norm Richardson

Production Photos


October

THE MAN FROM MUKINUPIN
by Dorothy Hewett
Directed by Joy Baker
Original Music by Jim Cotter

Cast
TOUCH OF THE TAR - Maria Lyle
MISS CLEMMY HUMMER - Barbara Falloon
MISS CLARRY HUMMER - Catherine Philips
EEK PERKINS - John Murray
EDIE PERKINS - Christine Bartlett
POLLY PERKINS - Jacqueline Cowell
JACK TUESDAY
- Brett Russell
CECIL BRUNNER - Rob Jones
MAX MONTEBELLO - Andrew Hodson
MERCY MONTEBELLO - Allanah Jarman
THE WIDOW TUESDAY - Marguerite Sheath
ZEEK PERKINS - Peter Murtagh
THE FLASHER - Andrew Hodson
HARRY TUESDAY - Michael Gooley

Production Design: James Bruce
Scenic Artwork: Jenny Catt, Jim Cover and Joanne Furnari
Stage Manager: Jo Peters
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Jutta Gruene and Rose Forrest
Programme Co-ordinator: Jutta Gruene
Programme Artwork: Joanne Furnari
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Sound Co-ordinator: Robert Elworthy

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1987 PRODUCTIONS

March

THE LOUDEST WHISPER
by Lillian Hellman
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
PEGGY - Markia Cairns and Jacqui Cowell
CATHERINE - Sharisse Votano and Sharne Clarke
LOIS - Marie Dwyer and Tracey Cawse
MRS LILY MORTAR - Jo Peters
HELEN - Sonia Klein and Nicole Bracken
JANET - Samantha Woodhill and Leah Casaceli
ROSALIE - Kate Sutton
LESLIE - Liza Capell and Danielle Atkins
EVELYN - Tina Lyle and Natalie Fehon
MARY TILFORD - Jenny Walker
KAREN WRIGHT - Kaye Driver-Lewis
MARTHA DOBIE - Kathy Goddard
DOCTOR JOSEPH CARDIN - Peter Murtagh
AGATHA - Betty Langenberg
MRS AMELIA TILFORD - Shirley Oberg
A GROCER BOY - Kate Sutton

Set Design: Michelle Zeibots and James Bruce
Lighting: James Bruce
Sound: Craig Oberg
Costumes: Esther Clarke of Feathers and Finery
Children's Costumes and Soft Furnishings: Ivy Coffey
Stage Manager: David Webb
Script Supervisor: Betty Langenberg
Lighting andf Sound Technician: Craig Oberg

Production Photos


May

THE CURIOUS SAVAGE
by John Patrick
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
The Guests
FLORENCE - Celine Daly
HANNIBAL - John Hill
FAIRY MAY - Julie Anne Burrows
JEFFREY - Richard May
MRS PADDY - Linda Edwards
The Family
TITUS - Harry Elliot
SAMEUL - Rod Lonergan
LILY BELLE - Rhonda Zimmerman
ETHEL - Wyn Armstrong
The Staff
MISS WHILHELMINA - Annette Penney
DR EMMETT- Clare Moran

Production Design: James Bruce
Soft Furnishings: Ivy Coffey
Artwork: Michelle Zeibots
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Rose Forrest and Jutta Gruene
Stage Manager: Craig Cooper
Script Supervisor: Chris King
Props: Jeni Galbraith and
Margaret Petith
Lighting and Sound Technician: Ian Coppock
Programme Co-ordinator: Jim Cover
Programme Cover Design: Neil Penney
Photographs: Warren Gray

Production Photos


August

FARNDALE NO. 2
by David McGillivray
Directed by Joyce Cover

Cast
MRS REECE - Jo Peters
THELMA - Jo Chalmers
LOTTIE - Diny Mikata
FELICITY - Katie Williams
JASMINE - Linda Edwards
DAVID - Geoff Inglis

Set Design: James Bruce
Artwork: Michelle Zeibots
Costumes: Ivy Coffye, Rose Forrest and Jutta Gruene
Stage Manager: Kim Colwell
Script Supervisor: Kim Colwell
Props: Maree Logan and Geoff Inglis
Lighting Design: James Bruce

Sound Effects: Ian Coppock
Programme Co-ordinator: Robert Elworthy
Programme Artwork: Michelle Zeibots
Photography: Warren Gray and Norm Richardson

Production Photos


October

RELATIVE STRANGERS
by Trevor Cowper
Directed by Shirley Oberg

Cast
GEORGE MARTELLI - Jim Cheesley
JOANNA MARTELLI - Clare Moran
PHILIP WHITE
- Harry Elliott
GINA LEIGH - Michelle Zeibots
SARAH ROBINSON - Katie Williams
FIONA MARTELLI - Catherine Lloyd

Set Design: Michelle Zeibots
Artwork: Michelle Zeibots
Costumes: Ivy Coffey, Rose Forrest and Jutta Coppock
Stage Manager: Ian Coppock
Script Supervisor: Jeni Galbraith
Props: Craig Cooper
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Sound Effects: Kim Cowell
Programme Co-ordinators: Robert Elworthy and Michelle Zeibots
Programme Artwork: Warren Gray
Photography: Norm Richardson

Production Photos

 
1986 PRODUCTIONS
 
March

NOT NOW DARLING
by Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
ARNOLD CROUCH - Lawrence Hinwood
MISS WHITTINGTON - Joanne Lackey and Caroline Fielder
MISS TIPDALE - Christine Bartlett
MRS FRENCHAM - Jennifer Kennedy
GILBERT BODLEY - Brian Charlton
COMMANDER FRENCHAM - Brian Belcher
HARRY McMICHAEL - Pat Coffey
JANIE McMICHAEL
- Joanne Gabbe
SUE LAWSON - Julie-Anne Burrows
MAUDE BODLEY - Jo Peters
MR LAWSON - Lindsay Flecknoe

Stage Manager: Lindsay Flecknoe
Set Design: James Bruce
Decor: Joy Baker
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Props: Carolyn Fielder and Joanne Lackey
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Peter Loader
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Philips

Production Photos


May

THE WALTZ OF THE TOREADORS
by Jean Anouilh
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
GENERAL ST PE - Colin Kenny
EMILY - Janet Walker
GASTON - Richard May
ESTELLA - Kathy Goddard
SIDONIA - Michelle Zeibots
DOCTOR BONFANT - Larry Davis
MLLE GHISLAINE DE STE-EUVERTE - Laureen Davis
EUGENIE - Katie Williams
MME DUPONT-FREIDAINE - Kaye Lewis-Driver
FATHER AMBROSE - Frank Crocombe
PAMELA - Linda Macauley

Stage Manager: Peter Warr
Set Design: Doreen Grant
Decor: Michelle Zeibots
Artist: Olivia Bowering
Costumes: Ivy Coffey and the Sewing Group
Costume Design: Linda Knapman
Script Supervision: Frank Crocombe and Linda Macauley
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Peter Loader
Bugle Calls: Bonny Loftberg
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Phillips

Production Photos


August

HERE LIES JEREMY TROY
by Jack Sharkey
Directed by Shirley Oberg

Cast
JEREMY TROY - Graham Egan
KATHRYN TROY - Catherine Murphy
CHARLIE BICKLE - Paul Miller
TINA WINSLOW - Katie Williams
SVEN IVORSEN - Brian Brock

Stage Manager: John Murphy
Set Design: Shirley Oberg
Script Supervision: Brian Belcher
Costumes: Ivy Coffey and Jutta Gruene
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Ian Coppock
Props: Linda Macauley
Programme Co-ordinator: Dulcie Meddows

Production Photos


October

FARNDALE NO. 1
by David McGillivray and Walter Zerlin Jnr
Directed by Paul Cate

Cast
MRS REECE - Jo Peters
THELMA GREEN - Jo Chalmers
FELICITY - Joanna Elliott
AUDREY - Wyn Armstrong
PENELOPE - Pat Keyworth
THE PRODUCER - Richard May
THE 'SINCOCK SISTERS' Elise Nicholson and Monique Nicholson

Producer: Jo Peters
Stage Manager: Richard May
Props: Janet Walker and Judy Cashion
Live Sound: Richard May
Set Design: Paul Cate
Set Construction: James Bruce
Set Painting: Michelle Zeibots
Costumes: Ivy Coffey
Front of House Manager: Bill Kleinman
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technican: Ian Coppock

Sound Recording Ian Coppock
Typing Services: Noreen Lenton
Programme Co-ordinator: Jo Peters
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant

Production Photos

 
1985 PRODUCTIONS
 
March

HABEAS CORPUS
by Alan Bennett
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
ARTHUR WICKSTEAD - Brian Charlton
MURIEL WICKSTEAD - Jo Peters
DENNIS WICKSTEAD - Greg Watson
CONSTANCE WICKSTEAD - Christine Bartlett
MRS SWAB - Wyn Armstrong
CANON THROBBING - Graham Egan
LADY RUMPERS - Pat Keyworth
FELICTY RUMPERS - Barbara Whatman
MR SHANKS - Brian Belcher
SIR PERCY SHORTER - Larry Davis
MR PURDUE - Peter Lake

Stage Manager: Peter Baker
Asst. Stage Manager: Peter Warr
Script Supervisor: Linda Macauley
Production Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: James Bruce
Production Assistant: Dulcie Meddows
Lighting Execution and Sound Recording: Craig Oberg
Photographer: Brain Belcher
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Anthony Urban
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Phillips

Production Photos


May

BRUSH WITH A BODY
by Maurice McLoughlin
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
SARAH WALLING - Jan Lambert
CYNTHIA WALLING - Rhonda Zimmerman
MR FLAHERTY - Jim Farrow
MRS D'ARCY - Joy Buckman
HENRY WALLING - Peter Murtagh
PAUL MARTELL - Steven Andrews
SYBIL WALLING - Shirley Oberg
DET. INSPECTOR HARDY - Keith Barker
SERGEANT BRAY - Pat Coffey
ROSITA HERNANDEZ - Lesley Philips
THE HON. PAMELA COLEFAX - Frances Sims

Stage Manager: Pat Coffey
Script Supervisor: Kathy Nicholas
Set Design: Doreen Grant
Production Assistant, Lighting Design & Sound Recording: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Peter Loader
Photographer: Brian Belcher
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Philips

Production Photos


August

TWO AND TWO MAKE SEX
by Richard Harris and Leslie Carbon
Directed by Lawrence Hinwood

Cast
GEORGE - Greg Frost
CLARE - Kaye Lewis-Driver
NICK - Richard May
JANE - Vicki Ford
RUTH - Catherine Philips
MR BOWERS - Al Collis

Stage Manager and Script Supervisor: Pat Coffey
Set Design: James Bruce and Lawsrence Hinwood
Production Assistant: Dulcie Meddows
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Props: Kath Collis and Judy Cashion
Lighting Execution and Sound Recording: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Peter Loader
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant
Program Co-ordinator: Catherine Philips

Production Photos


October

TRAP FOR A LONELY MAN
by Robert Thomas
Directed by Shirley Oberg

Cast
THE MAN - Mark Uhlman
THE INSPECTOR - Greg Egan
THE PRIEST - Robert Jones
THE WOMAN - Sue Gibson
THE TRAMP - Adrian Thompson
THE NURSE - Kathy Nicholas

Stage Manager: Terry Hackett
Script Supervisor: Jo Peters
Set Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: James Oberg
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Props: Linda Macauley
Lighting and Sound Technician: Craig Oberg
Assistant Technician: Peter Loader
Music Composed and Recorded: Geoff Inglis
Artwork: Jack Haddock
Programme Advertising: Syd Grant
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Phillips

Production Photos

 
1984 PRODUCTIONS
 
March

MOVE OVER MRS MARKHAM
by Ray Cooney and John Chapman
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
JOANNA MARKHAM - Val Hood
ALISTAIR SPENLOW - Lawrence Hinwood
SYLVIE - Jan Lambert
LINDA LODGE - Sue Gibson
PHILLIP MARKHAM - Al Collis
HENRY LODGE - James Cheesley
WALTER PANGBOURNE - Keith Barker
OLIVE HARRIET-SMYTHE - Shirley Oberg
MISS WILKINSON - Vicki Ford

Stage Manager & Script Supervisor: Maggie Wilcox
Assistant to the ProducerL Christine Bartlett
Lighting and Set Design: James Bruce
Lighting Execution: Glen Percival and Mark Avis
Sound Recording: Mark Avis and Glenn Percival
Photography: Brian Belcher
Programme Co-ordinator: Zita Gardyne

Production Photos


May

THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE
by Jay Presson Allen
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
SISTER HELENA - Pat Keyworth
MR PERRY - Glenn Richardson
JEAN BRODIE - Janet Walker
SANDY - Kathy Goddard
JENNY - Vicki Ford
MONICA - Robbi Wymr
MARY MACGREGOR - Linda Edwards
MISS MACKAY - Josephine Peters
GORDON LOWTHER - Hanno Stanojevic
TEDDY LLOYD - Allan Hall
MCREADY - Richard Hyde
GIRL GUIDES & SCHOOL GIRLS - Julie-Anne Burrows, Suzanne Gledhill, Jacinta Perry, Jennifer Smith, Sally Chuter, Linda Macauley and Lesley Philips

Stage Manager: Pat Coffey
Asst. Stage Manager: Peter Lake
Script Supervisor: Linda Macauley
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Scenic Artwork: Linda Macauley and Kathy Goddard
Lighting Execution: Craig Oberg, Mark Avis, Olivia Bowering, Larry Davis and Janet Walker
Sound Recording: Mark Avis and Glen Percival
Wardrobe: Ivy Coffey, Jutta Gruene and Keenor Owen
Program Co-ordinator: Zita Gardyne
Photography: Brian Belcher
Props Supervision: Jennifer Smith

Production Photos


August

DEATHTRAP
by Ira Levin
Directed by Valerie Hood

Cast
SIDNEY BRUHI - Brian Charlton
MYRA BRUHI - Catherine Philips
CLIFFORD ANDERSON - Daniel Bush
HELGA TEN DORP - Sue Gibson
PORTER MILGRIM - Adrian Thompson

Stage Manager: David Webb
Script Supervisor: Jennifer Kennedy
Set Design: Val Hood
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting Execution: Craig Oberg
Sound Recording: Mark Avis and Val Hood
Photography: Brian Belcher
Props Supervision: Clare Richardson
Programme Co-ordinator: Kathy Goddard

Production Photos


October

BLITHE SPIRIT
by Noel Coward
Directed by Dennis Allen

Cast
EDITH, A MAID - Linda Edwards
RUTH - Kaye Lewis-Driver
CHARLES - James Cheesely
DR BRADMAN - Richard Hyde
MRS BRADMAN - Josephine Peters
MADAM ARCATI - Shirley Oberg
ELVIRA - Rhonda Zimmerman

Stage Manager and Props Supervisor: Maggie Wilcox
Production Design: James Bruce
Lighting Execution: Craig Oberg
Sound Recording: Mark Avis
Photography: Brian Belcher
Special Effects Costumes: Jutta Gruene
Programme Co-ordinator: Catherine Philips



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1983 PRODUCTIONS
 
March

EVERYBODY LOVES OPAL
by John Patrick
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
OPAL - Jo Peters
MISTER TANNER - Tom Lake
GLORIA - Debra MacFarland
BRADFORD - Lindsay Carr
SOLOMON - Adrian Thompson
OFFICER - Steven Andrews
DOCTOR - Jim Cheesely

Stage Manager: Peter Lake
Special Effects Design: larry Davis
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Script Supervision: Jacinta Perry
Lighting Execution: Glenn Percival, John Hoad, James Bruce and Nick Hutton
Asst. Stage Manager: Frances Thompson
Stage Assistants: Jim Cheesley and Steven Andrews
Photography: Brian Belcher

Production Photos


May

THE BELLS OF HELL
by John Mortimer
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
MADGE FABER - Janet Walker
GAVIN FABER - Lawrence Hinwood
A.K. BULSTRODE - Peter Murtagh
HENRY DUNKLEY - Danny Bush
VANESSA FRIGGINS - Heidi Widmer
MARTIN SPOTTISWOODE - Brian Belcher

Assistant to the Director and Prompt: Jo Peters
Stage Manager: Pat Coffey
Set Design: James Bruce
Artwork: Larry Davis
Lighting: James Bruce
Sound: John Hoad
Costumes and Props: Ivy Coffey and Jane Hoad
Publicity: Linda Macauley
Photography: Brian Belcher


Production Photos


August

MADAM TICTAC
by Falkland L. Cary and Philip Weathers
Directed by John Keyworth

Cast
BETH - Kathy Goddard
HOBBY - Dick Hyde
RUDGE - Jim Cheelsey
MARGUERITE - Connie Staas
LUKE - Peter Lake
MRS. PARSONS - Val Hood
MADAM TICTAC - Jennifer Kennedy
CHLOE - Jan Lambert
DT. SGT. HARRIS - Peter George
CLEM - Barney Moore
KATE - Catherine Philips

Assistant to the Director and Script: Brian Belcher
Stage Manager: Jo Peters
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Lighting Execution: John Hoad and Glenn Percival
Sound: John Hoad
Costumes: Ivy Coffey
Properties:Marie Clifford, Darren Barkas, Richard martin, Kathy Mason, Pam Simpson and Sally Daniel
Publicity: Linda Macauley
Photography: Brian Belcher


Production Photos


October

I AM A CAMERA
by John van Druten
Directed by Ray Ainsworth

Cast
CHRISTOPHER ISHERWOOD - Richard Singleton
FRAULEIN SCHNEIDER - Rosa Allen
FRITZ WENDL - Anthony Lapaglia
NATALIA LANDAUER - Susan Gibson
OLIVE MORTIMER - John Castle
MRS WATSON-COURTNEIDGE - Jo Peters
SALLY BOWLES - Sarah Chadwick

Production Assistant and Stage Manager: Glenn Richardson
Set Design: Ray Ainsworth
Set Construction: James Bruce
Lighting Execution: Glenn Percival, John Hoad, Mark Avis and Linda Macauley
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Costumes: Arts Theatre Sewing Group
Properties: Sheelagh Butler, Jo Peters and Tom Harrison
Publicity: Linda Macauley
Photography: Brian Belcher


Production Photos

 

 
1982 PRODUCTIONS
 
February

WANTED - ONE BODY
by Raymond Dyer
Directed by James Bruce

Cast
FAITH BARRACLOUGH - Jennifer Kennedy
MABEL MIDDY - Brenda Cholson
ANNE BEALE - Sue English
TED JOHNSON - Michael O'Brien
MR. BLUNDELL - Pat Coffey
MR. MICKELBY - Steven Andrews
AGNES - Zita Gardyne
DOCTOR BROWN - Brian Belcher
MR. SORRELL - Richard Hyde

Stage Manager: Glenn Percival
Assistant Stage Manager: Geoff Ingliss
Script Supervision: Linda Macauley
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Scenic Artwork: Nancy Merritt
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Properties: Linda Macauley, Rebecca McAra and Sharon Williams
Costumes: Ivy Coffey
Lighting Execution: Glenn Percival
Photography: Brian Belcher

Production Photos


April

THE IMAGINARY INVALID
by Moliere
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
MONSIEUR ARGAN - Ray Ainsworth
TOINETTE - Lauren Davis
ANGELICA - Wendy van Aken
BELINE - Valerie Hood
MONSIEUR BONNEFOY - Anthony Riordan
CLEANTE - Richard May
DR. DIARUS - Adrian Thompson
DR. THOMAS DIARUS - Dennis Barry
LOUISE - Dianne Langan
MONSIEUR BERALDE - Larry Davis
THE APOTHACARY - Denis Ramsbottom
DR. PURGAN - Brian Belcher

Stage Manager: Mark Thrasher
Assistant Stage Manager: Chris Parry
Script Supervisor: Jacinta Perry
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: James Bruce, Syd Grant, Val Hood and John Hoad
Scenic Artwork: Margaret Langan
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Properties: Margaret Langan, Joyce Harvey and Doreen Grant
Costume Research: Glenn Percival
Costumes: Joyce Harvey
Gentleman's Hats: Doreen Grant
Lighting Execution: John Hoad and Glenn Percival
Photography: Brian Belcher

Production Photos


July

HEDDA GABLER
by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
GEORGE TESMAN - John Rocher
HEDDA TESMAN - Janet Walker
MISS JULIANA TESMAN - Rosa Allen
MRS ELVSTED - Anjala Ashton
JUDGE BRACK - Peter Theodore
EILERT LOVEBORG - Glen Stelzer
BERTHA, THE MAID - Jo Peters

Stage Manager: Richard May
Set Design: Joy Baker and James Bruce
Set Construction: James Bruce
Screen Design: Peter Shepherd
Screen Construction: Jim Leggett
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Costumes Design and Made by: Joan Villiers
Script Supervision: Jenny Capell
Properties: Sheila Butler
Lighting Execution: Glenn Percival and John Hoad
Photography: Brian Belcher

Production Photos


October

THE RAPE OF THE BELT
by W. Benn Levy
Directed by John Keyworth

Cast
HERA - Jo Peters
ZEUS - Richard May
HIPPOBOMENE - Janet Williams
THESEUS - Jim Farrow
HERACLES - John Murray
ANTIOPE - Kathy Goddard
HIPPOLYTE - Rhonda Zimmerman
THALESTRIS - Jennifer Kennedy
DIASTA - Rhonda Rickards
ANTHEA - Jacinta Perry

Stage Manager: Adrian Thompson
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: James Bruce and Members
Scenic Painting: Larry Davis
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Script Supervision: Brian Belcher
Lighting Execution: Glen Percival and John Hoad
Properties: Zita Gardyne and Linda Macauley
Properties Assistants: Jacinta Perry, Jennifer Kennedy, Phonda Rickards and Susanna Wells
Photography: Brian Belcher

Production Photos

 
1981 PRODUCTIONS
 
February

WHO'S WHO
by Keith Waterhouse
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
BERNARD WHITE - Larry Davis
JOANNA WHITE - Lynette Winson
TIMOTHY BLACK - Jim Mannell
HELEN BROWN - Marjorie Carleberg

Stage Management: Pat Coffey
Script Supervisor: Jean Holland
Set Design: Doreen Grant
Scenic Artwork: Kerry Sharp and members
Decor: James Bruce
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Properties: Ivy Coffey and Linda Macauley
Photography: John Ireland

Production Photos


May

SUMMER OF THE SEVENTEENTH DOLL
by Ray Lawler
Directed by Jean Holland

Cast
PEARL - Jo Peters
BUBBA - Darien Stevenson
OLIVE - Pat Keyworth
BARNEY - Bill Gibbons
EMMA - Wyn Armstrong
ROO - Ken Long
JOHNNIE - Richard May

Stage Management: Glen Percival
Script Supervision: Linda Macauley
Set Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: Theatre Members
Scenic Artwork: Jack Haddock
Decor: Jack Haddock
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Properties: Geoff Denman and Sheelagh Butler
Photography: John Ireland

Production Photos


July - September

THE HAPPIEST DAYS OF YOUR LIFE
by John Dighton
Directed by John Keyworth

Cast
DICK HASSELL- Paul Miller
RAINBOW - John O'Brien
RUPERT BILLINGS - Peter George
GODFREY POND - Dick Hyde
MISS EVELYN WHITCHURCH - Pat Sykes
MISS GOSSAGE - Jo Peters
HOPCROFT M. - Bernard English
BARBARA CAHOUN - Amelia Jane Stroud
JOYCE HARPER - Sue English
THE REV. EDWARD PECK - Brian Belcher
MRS PECK - June Maver
EDGAR SOWTER - Pat Coffey
MRS SOWTER - Jean Morris

Assistant to the Producer: Jean Holland
Stage Manager: Michael O'Brien
Script Supervisor: Donna Sykes
Set & Lighting Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: James Bruce and members
Scenic Artwork: Jack Haddock
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Property Mistress: Coral Walsh
Property Assistants: Sheelagh Butler, Sally Stroud, Jackie Fisher, Rhonda Rickets and Olwyn Wood
Costumes: Adrienne Freckleton
Photography: John Ireland
Stage Manager's Assistants: Richard May, Ian Coppock and Pat Sykes

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23 October - 12 December

MY THREE ANGELS
by Sam and Bella Spewack
Directed by Joy Baker

Cast
EMILIE DULAY - Alywyn Wood
FELIX DULAY - Stephen Puddle
MADAME PAROLE - Pat Sykes
MARIE LOUISE DULAY - Belinda Smith
ALFRED (4707) - Gregory Moss
JULES (6817) - Richard May
JOSEPH (3011) - John Murray
GASTON LEMARE - Denis Ramsbottom
PAUL CASSOGON - Geoff Denman
LIEUTENANT ESPOIR - Steven Andrews

Stage Management: Pat Coffey
Script Supervisor: Zita Gardyne
Set and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Set Construction: Committee
Scenic Artwork: Lindsey Weir
Lighting Setup: Glenn Percival
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Properties: Ivy Coffey, Sue Waugh, Linda Macauley
Photography: Brian Belcher

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February

SWEENEY TODD - THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET
by Austin Rosser
Directed by John Keyworth

Cast
SWEENEY TODD - Denis Ramsbottom
TOBIAS RAGG - Garth Parry-Williams
MARK INGESTRIE - John Murray
JOANNA OAKLEY - Jenny Compton
MRS. LOVETT - Jo Peters
DR. AMINADAB - Brian Belcher
LUPIN - Dick Hyde
JONAS FOGG - Jennine Muir and Kerry Sharp
FLO - Steve Andrews
HENRY, LABOURER, BOY, POLICEMAN - Les Lawson

Stage Co-ordinator: James Bruce
Set Design: James Bruce
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Stage Manager: Michael Boothroyd
Assistant Stage Manager: Les Lawson
Lighting Execution and Sound Recording: John Hoad
Wardrobe: Joanne Murray
Props: Kerry Sharp
Props Assistants: Judith Byles
Publicity: Mary Ramsbottom
Scenic Artist: Martin Vandermeyden
Photographer: John Ireland

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April

BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE
by Leonard Gershe
Directed by Doreen Grant

Cast
DON BAKER - Daniel Bush
JILL TANNER - Alison Vogl
MRS BAKER - Janet Walker
RALPH AUSTIN - Richard May

Stage Co-ordindation: James Bruce
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Stage Manager: Pat Coffey
Script Supervision: Linda Macauley
Sound Recording: John Hoad
Wardrobe: Ivy Coffey
Props: Tracey Johnston
Assistant Props: Judith Byles
Publicity: Mary Ramsbottom
Scenic Artist: Martin Vandermeyden
Photographer: John Ireland

Musicians
Piano: Graham Cardwell
Drums: Paul Parfenow
Clarinet: Glen Leembruggen
Guitar: Anne Gilpin
Bass Guitar: Gary Meyers
Vocalist: John Ireland

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July - September

WORM'S EYE VIEW
by R. F. Delderfield
Directed by Marjorie Chamberlain

Cast
POP - Pat Coffey
THE DUKE - Jim Mannell
MARK - Peter Murtagh
MRS BOUNTY - Sue Murtagh
THELMA - Kerry Sharp
MR BOUNTY - Denis Ramsbottom and Dick Hyde
SYDNEY SPOONER - Steve Andrews
TAFFY - Stephen Goldsmith
PORTER - Neville Picton
BELLA - Rhonda Zimmerman
S/LEADER BRIARLY - Larry Davis
VOICE OFF - Tom Harrison

Stage Co-ordination and Lighting Design: James Bruce
Stage Manager: Michael Boothroyd
Script Supervisors: Linda Macauley and Sheelagh Butler
Set Design: James Bruce
Lighting Execution and Sound Recording: John Hoad
Wardrobe: Joyce Harvey
Props: Sheelagh Butler, Ivy Coffey, Simone McKay, Carole Smythe
Publicity: Judith Byles
Decor: Martin Vandermeyden
Photographer: John Ireland


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October

THE LION IN WINTER
by James Goldsman
Directed by John Keyworth

Cast
HENRY II - Brian Charlton
ALAIS - Rhonda Zimmerman
JOHN - Paul Stewart
GEOFFREY - Peter George
RICHARD - Greg Frost
ELEANOR - Pat Keyworth
PHILLIP - Michael O'Brien

Stage Co-ordinator: James Bruce
Lighting Design: James Bruce
Stage Manager: Michael Boothroyd
Script Supervision: Brian Belcher
Assistant Stage Managers: Gai Perry, Richard May, Barry Gorman, Dorothy Boothroyd, Kathy Mason and John O'Brien
Set Design: James Bruce
Sound Recording and Lighting Execution: John Hoad
Wardrobe: Feathers and Finery
Props: Darien Stevenson, Sandra Shanahan and Yvette Alcott
Publicity: Judith Walker
Scenic Painting: Martin Vandermeyden
Decor: Kerry Sharp
Photogorapher: John Ireland

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