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Figure of Fun

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

October 12, 13 & 14, 1961.


Figure of Fun

by André Roussin  (adapted by Arthur Macrae)

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“They did a wonderful job”
– Brighton & Hove Gazette –

 

Directed by
Raymond Hopper

Cast

Adrian Hedges – Freddie

Nicholas Sweet – Jacques Lambert

Clodagh O’Farrell – Regine

Ross Workman – Edgar

Betty Elliott – Aunt Louise

Sheelagh O’Farrell – Anne-Marie

Valerie Collard – Muriel [the maid]

Ralph Dawes – Police Constable Fox

Barrie Bowen – Eddie [the Stage Director]

Jean Porter – Jeanne Tracey

 

Production Crew

Stage ManagerBarrie Bowen

Stage DirectorBarrie Bowen

ASMMary Chinchen

LightingFrank Hurrell

Sound EffectsGraham Snow

WardrobeBetty Dawes

Stage StaffMary Gedge

Stage StaffMaureen Hammonds

Stage StaffBeverley Sturmey

Stage StaffMichael Davy

Set DesignBarrie Bowen

Front of HouseBrian Moulton

 

Programme Note: Figure of Fun

RH: wrote, “Figure of Fun had a good run at the Aldwych Theatre a few years ago, with John Mills playing the lead, and a supporting cast including such distinguished names as Brenda Bruce, Peter Bull, Joyce Heron, Natasha Perry and Arthur Macrae. The play itself is rather unusual, and I hope you will find the ideas that it contains thoroughly entertaining. More than that I don’t want to say for fear of spoiling the plot for you.

In the cast you will meet several of your old favourites, and one new comer, Valerie Collard, who had a great success in our Youth Festival winning play, A Resounding Tinkle, when I also had the pleasure of producing her.

Finally, you who have followed our productions of the last few seasons will be sorry to hear that it will probably be Adrian Hedge’s last appearance for us, as he will shortly be leaving our district. Over the past six years he has played many and varied parts with great distinction and to the best of his considerable ability. We wish him good fortune, and hope for his return to the friendly ties of the Young Wick Players in the near future.

 


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