by Brian Clemens. Performed 10th-15th November 2008.
It is 1939, where an English couple are living in idyliic isolation in a rustic cottage in Provence. The peace is about to be shattered – and not by the coming war.
This is the first play of our new season. The Society has reached a significant milestone in our history, in that, this play starts our 40th season of productions at Powys Theatre. It is an achievement that we are very proud of.
Cast & Crew
|Peter Meredith||Mark Asquith|
|Suzy Hinchcliffe||Heather Hughes|
|Miriam Miller||Fran Western|
|Play directed by||Marjorie Meredith|
|Set Design||Philip Lumsden|
|Set construction||John Barnes, David Lumb, David Tinker, Gaynor Tinker, Dave Hyam, Frank Capener, Maurice Hayling, Neil Lowe, Stanley Turner|
|Scenic Artist||Philip Lumsden|
|Costumes||Gill Thorpe, Kathleen Arthur, Alma Conboy|
|Props||Mary Turner, Mary Hyam|
|Lighting||Philip Lumsden, Gareth Woodhouse, Aled Hughes.|
|Radio Announcer||Chris Romberg|
|Stage Manager||John Barnes|
|Front Of House|
|FOH Managers||Gaynor Tinker, Jackie Barnes|
|FOH Duties||Members of the Society|
|Kitchen Supervisor||Sylvia Davies|
|Advertising Space||Severn Street Chippy|
|Ticket Sales Venue||Oriel Davies Gallery|
This amateur production was given by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd.