Title: Studio programmes
Year: 2004 - 2004
Happy Days’ by Samuel Beckett. A Mercury Company Production. Cast: Christine Absalom, Adrian Stokes. Creative: David Hunt (Director); Al Ashford (Sound Design); Jim Bonner (Lighting Operator); Sally Hague (Dialect Advice); Sarah Castleton-Smith (Deputy Stage Manager on the book). Mercury Theatre scenic, workshop and wardrobe departments. Mercury Theatre Technical Stage Management Department (Lighting Design). Thanks to: Ignatius Anthony, Janice Dunn, Andy Franks, Colm Gormley, James Knowlson, Roger Mills-Lewis, Benjamin Hunt, Victor Gardener.
‘Making Scenes’ presented by Adult Theatre Workshop Production. ‘Party Time’ by Harold Pinter. Cast: John Holmes, Che Kevlin, Sylvia Linscott, Diane Johnston, Angela Orton, Jayne Sheeren, Helen Fullerton, Paula Baker, Sharon Clarke, Richard Hurworth, Richard Dunn, Gavin Radcliffe, Michael Kirkpatrick.
Importance of Being Earnest’ Cast: Patricia Marchant, Chris Mayne. ‘A Doll’s House’ by Henrik Ibsen, Cast: Lyndall Rosewarne, Jill Keene. ‘Top Girls’ by Caryl Churchill, Cast: Deborah Pitt, Jo Somervell. ‘Lettice and Lovage’ by Peter Shaffer, Cast: Jill Merry, Ann Oakes-Odger. ‘Duet for One’ by Tom Kempinski, Cast: Sophie Weaver, Jon Harris. ‘Hedda Gabler’ by Henrik Ibsen, Cast: Diane Johnston, Che Kevlin. ‘Entertaining Mr Sloane’ by Joe Orton, Cast: Lesley Sams, Jon Harris, Gavin Radcliffe. ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ by William Shakespeare, Cast: Paula Baker, Sharon Clarke, Helen Fullerton, Sylvia Linscott, Patricia Marchant, Angela Orton, Jayne Sheeren ‘Othello’ by William Shakespeare, Cast: John Holmes, Lyndall Rosewarne. Creative (for all): Dee Evans, Miranda Bell (Directors); Jim Bonner (Assistant Technical Stage Manager) with thanks to The Mercury Theatre Wardrobe Department, Roger Mills-Lewis and Howard Smith.
‘Slammers 2’ A Mercury Theatre Company Production. Cast (for all three plays): Gina Isaac, Tony Casement, Tim Treslove, Christine Absalom. Creative: Janice Dunn (Director). Creative: Janice Dunn (Director of ‘A Moving Story’); Adrian Stokes (Director of ‘Davy’s Day’); Dee Evans (Director of ‘The Smithereens’); Michael Vale (Design Consultant); Darren Abel (Deputy Stage Manager); Jim Bonner (Lighting/Technician); Hamish Everitt (Deputy Production Manager)Back to all voices