Whose Life Is It Anyway?
by Brian Clark. Performed 14th-20th November 2005.
Synopsis & Notes
Our 2005/6 season opens with this poignant, award winning drama by Brian Clark which had a hugely successful run in the West End some twenty-five years ago and was recently revived to great acclaim.
It was a great pleasure to welcom Melina Abbott and Lesley Crowther as newcomers to our stage and to welcome the return of Sally Orme.
Cast & Crew
|Ken Harrison||Martin Jones|
|Sister Anderson||Mary Turner|
|Kay Sadler||Melina Abbott|
|Dr. Clare Scott||Lesley Crowther|
|Dr. Michael Emerson||Frank Capener|
|Mrs. Boyle||Sally Orme|
|Philip Hill||Jason Ellis|
|Dr. Paula Travers||Shirley Crowther|
|Peter Kershaw||Lyndon Clark|
|Dr. Rachel Barr||Vic Ellis|
|Mrs. Eden||Gillian Thorp|
|Mr. Justice Millhouse||Stanley Turner|
|Play directed by||Marjorie Meredith|
|Set Designer||Philip Lumsden|
|Stage Manager||David Tinker|
|Set Construction||Jan Fursier (Team Leader), Mike Beal, Betty Maddocks, Aled Hughes, Gareth Woodhouse, Doreen Davies, Emma Capener, Kathleen Arthur, Lyndon Clark, Jason Ellis, Vic Ellis, Gaynor Tinker|
|Properties||Heather Hughes, Gaynor Tinker|
|Lighting||Jan Fursier, Aled Hughes|
|Wardrobe||Gillian Thorp, Betty Maddocks|
|Front of House|
|FOH Manager||Sue James|
|Advertising Space||Nationwide Building Society|
|Booking||Newtown Tourist Information Centre|
|Refreshments||Society members and friends, supervised by Sylvia Davies and Doreen Davies.|
The society is grateful for the medical assistance received by Melanie Dooley and to local hospitals for the use of equipment.
The performances were given with the kind permission of Samuel French Ltd.