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SCA – Thirty-Eighth Festival of Arts & Crafts

Southwick & Fishersgate Community Association – Thirty-Eighth Festival of Arts & Crafts
Southwick One-Act Drama Festival and incorporating the Southwick Youth Drama Festival.

The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

March 1 & 2, 1991.


Adjudicator: Brian Sanders, Senior Member of The Guild of Drama Adjudicators

Winning Group: Wick Theatre Company

Best Actor: Bob Ryder – Wick Theatre Company

Best Actress: Pat Benstead-Smith & Eileen Walker – Wednesday Club

Best Stage Presentation: Wednesday Club

Best Young Actor: Tim Plyming

Best Young Actress: Jo Squire


One-Act Drama Festival

Competitors – in order of appearance:


1. Pisces Workshop

After Midnight, Before Dawn

by David Campton

Produced by Robert B. Etterridge

 

2. Patcham High School Youth Group

Strikers

by Joan Ware

Produced by Harry Atkinson

 

3. Cyphers

I Haven’t a Clue

a rehearsed improvisation

Produced by Ray Hopper

 

4. The Wednesday Club

Still Life – an episode from ‘A Seat in the Park’

by Cherry Vooght

Produced by Kathleen Barnett

 

5. Hurstpierpoint Junior Theatre

Coma

a rehearsed and scripted improvisation

Produced by Unknown

 

6. Wick Theatre Company

Zoo Story

by Edward Albee

Produced by Jamie Boath

Cast
Bob Ryder – Jerry
Philip Balding – Peter
Stage ManagerJill Redman

 

7. Southwick Players

Ruffian on the Stair

by Joe Orton

Produced by Peter McGhie

 

* The programme commented upon the 1990 decision to “augment the Festival by the inclusion of a Youth Drama Festival. This new departure won the warm approval of our audiences, who feel, as we do, that it is to the youth that we must look for the future of our drama achievement. Hopefully they will, in their turn, pass on the torch in years to come, and so ensure the continuation of the Southwick Festival to the credit of us all.”