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Wait Until Dark

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre.

November 25, 26, 27, 28 & 29, 1969.


Wait Until Dark

by Frederick Knott

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“Improbable, but this critic lapped it all up”
– Brighton Argus –

 

Directed by
Ralph Dawes

Cast

Neil Shepherd – Mike

Brian Moulton – Croker

Anthony Deasey – Roat

Sue Brown – Susy Henderson

Barrie Bowen – Sam Henderson

Barbara Moulton – Gloria

Jack Bingham – Policeman

Ralph Dawes – Policeman

 

Production Crew

Set DesignTeddy Morison

Stage ManagerFrances Moulton

Assistant Stage ManagerStephen Moulton

Stage LightingFrank Hurrell

Stage LightingKen Parsons

EffectsTerry Mase

EffectsTerry Gibbs

PropertiesFrances Thorne

PropertiesMargaret Perrett

DecorElizabeth Penney

WardrobeMorfydd Bowen

WardrobeCarol Brand

Display PhotographsIan Leavey

Front of House ManagerGeorge Porter

 

Programme Note: Wait Until Dark

Written by Barrie Bowen:

“A twenty-first anniversary represents a significant milestone. The Wick is working hard on the plays to be presented to mark this anniversary year. We have progressed over these years, but cannot deny it is increasingly difficult to operate with the required efficiency. For this reason we have two other milestones we must reach this year.

Firstly, an increase of experienced actors, youth to train, and those interested in performing behind the scenes – often more ‘interesting’.

Secondly, a permanent home theatre workshop is necessary to develop our productions to even higher standards. This costs money, and although our reserves have increased through jumble sales and lotteries they are still insufficient, as you will have seen in the foyer tonight.

I believe we must play our part in providing live theatre in Southwick. I hope you will not think it impertinent to ask for your help in this. However small, it will help to maintain Southwick Theatre, of which you and Wick are essential ingredients.”

 


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