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The Snow Queen

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

December 12, 13, 15 & 16 [+mat] 2012.

The Snow Queen

by Hans Christian Anderson adapted for the stage by Amy Curtis

“Thoroughly enjoyable production”
– Shoreham Herald –


Directed by
Amy Curtis


Graham Till – Narrator

Claire Harding – Gerda

Michael Weldon – Kai

Charlotte Blandford – Snow Queen

Mary Goodchild – Grandama

Joan Bearman – Old Woman and Finn Woman

Nathan Attree – Swallow

Olivier Yates – Swallow

Addie Marten – Enchantress

David Thomas – The Raven

Alys Bowerman – Summer Princess

Zoey Attree – Lady-in-Waiting

Luke Mepham – Guard

Ted Gibbs – Guard

Will McDonald – The Prince

Lisa McLaughlin – Summer Girl

Abigail Blades – Summer Girl

Summer White – Summer Girl

Tegan Rose – Member of Robber Gang

Courtney Everett – Member of Robber Gang

Alice Bennett – Member of Robber Gang

Isi Fink – Robber Girl

Anna Quick – Robber Queen

Anna Quick – Old Woman

Guy Steddon – Bac

Tegan Rose – Lap Woman

Lochlan Steddon – Varg the Destroyer


Production Crew

Stage Manager – Richard Bulling

Deputy Stage Manager – John Garland

Lighting – Dan Walker

Sound Operation – Daniel Allen

Projection Operation – Mark Zachery

Back Stage Team – Joe Gibbs

Back Stage Team – Rhiannon Armitage

Back Stage Team – Terri Challis

Wardrobe – Zoey Attree

Wardrobe – Maggi Pierce

Wardrobe – Cherry Briggs

Properties & Set Dressing – Amy Curtis

Projection Design – Amy Curtis

Workshop Team – Judith Berrill

Workshop Team – Sue Chaplin

Workshop Team – Dave Collis

Workshop Team – Dave Comber

Workshop Team – Margaret Davy

Workshop Team – Carl Gray

Workshop Team – Sheila Neesham

Workshop Team – Martin Oakley

Publicity – Anna Quick

Publicity – Rosemary Brown

Front of House – Betty Dawes

Box Office – Jane Denyer


Programme Note #1: Snow Queen

AC wrote: “The Snow Queen is one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most famous tale. Having loved the story from a young age, I have always wanted the chance to see the unusual characters come to life on stage. The Wick Theatre Company has provided me with a wealth of extremely talented performers of all ages: making my Wick Theatre directing debut a wonderful experience.

The Snow Queen looks to draw its audience into the depth of its tale. Full of magic and mystery, the story of little Gerda searching for her friend is a rare but familiar yarn to us all.”