a light comedy of manners by Mr Noël Coward. Performed 6th-11th February 2006.
The action of the play passes in the small summer drawing room of Marshwood House, East Kent, during early July 1951.
We are delighted to welcome Emma Capener as a newcomer to our stage.
Cast & Crew
|Crestwell, the butler||Frank Capener|
|Alice, the housemaid||Emma Capener|
|Moxie, a lady’s maid||Sue James|
|Felicity, Countess of Marshwood||Mary Turner|
|Lady Cynthia Hayling||Jan Fursier|
|The Honourable Peter Ingleton, Felicity’s nephew||Hugh Stephens|
|Admiral Sir John Hayling||Lyndon Clark|
|Nigel, Earl of Marshwood||Jason Ellis|
|Miss Miranda Frayle, a film star||Barbara Stephens|
|Don Lucas, a film director||Leigh Spencer|
|Play directed by||Shirley Crowther|
|Set Design||Philip Lumsden|
|Stage Crew||Martin Jones (coordinator), Kathleen Arthur, Mike Beal, Lyndon Clark, Doreen Davies, Jan Fursier, Maurice Hayling, Aled Hughes, Betty Maddocks, Gareth Woodhouse|
|Props||Gillian Thorp, Vic Ellis|
|Lighting||Aled Hughes, Jan Fursier|
|Stage Manager||Gareth Woodhouse|
|Prompt||Alma Conboy, Sally Orme|
|Wardribe||Marjorie Meredith, Kathleen Hardy|
|Front of House|
|FOH Manager||Martin Jones|
|Floral Decor||Sylvia Davies|
|Refreshements||Members of the Society supervised by Doreen Davies, Sylvia Davies|
|Booking Office||Newtown Tourist Information Centre|
|Advertising Space||Nationwide Building Society|
This amateur production was given by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.