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SCA – Fifthteenth Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Fifthteenth Festival of Arts & Crafts
This year’s Drama Festival is being run as a first stage of the British Drama League Festival

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

April 19 & 20, 1968.


Adjudicator: Mr. J Wilton Anstey, of Eastbourne

The adjudicator scored productions for:

  • ‘Dramatic Achievement’  [max15]
  • ‘Set’  [max 10]
  • ‘Production’  [max 35]
  • ‘Acting’  [max 40]

Winning Group: The Phoenix Players

Best Actor: not awarded

Best Actress: Jean Voss -The Phoenix Players


One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:


1. Wick Theatre Company

Shelley or The Idealist [Act 1]

by Ann Jellicoe

Produced by George Porter & Bob del Quiaro

Cast
Gavin Harding – Shelley
Tony Deasey – Hogg
Heather Burke – Miss Eeney
Rosemary Leavey – Miss Meeks
Coral Guildford – Harriet Westbrook
Janice Hopper – Miss Pybus
Jane Chinchen – Helen Shelley
Janice Hopper – Eliza Westbrook
Terry Phillipe – West Brook
Rosemary Leavey – Servant

Settings – Vincent Joyce
Wardrobe Mistress – Morfydd Bowen

 

2. Horsham Dramatic Society

A Resounding Tinkle

by N. F. Simpson

Produced by Mary Salaman

 

3. Phoenix Players

Come into the Garden, Maude

by Noël Coward

Produced by Carol Hiller

 

4. The Aquarius Theatre Group

The Old Lady Shows Her Medals

by J. M. Barrie

Produced by Stewart Clapperton

 

5. The Woodingdean Players

The Monkey’s Paw

From a story by W. W. Jacobs [dramatized by Louis N. Parker]

Produced by George Pickett

 

6. Southwater Amateur Dramatic Society

Apple Pie

by Margaret Kressman

Produced by Janice Ross