The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

June 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11 1988


Book by Joe Masteroff   Music by John Kander   Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Directed by
Brian Moulton

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“Nights of girls and goose steps”
– Shoreham Herald –


Antony Muzzall – M.C.

Stephanie Prince – Sally Bowles

Peter Barnes – Clifford Bradshaw

Frances Moulton – Fraulein Schneider

Ralph Dawes – Herr Schultz

Betty Dawes – Fraulein Kost

Neil Shepherd – Ernst Ludwig

Peter Joyce – Max

Ronald Cheesman – 1st. Customs Official

Peter Joyce – 2nd. Customs Official

Kit Kat Klub Girls

Sally Bacon – Sophie

Joan Bearman – Mitzie

Joan Braddock – Schatzie

Rosemary Mose – Milly

Margaret Faggetter – Lulu

Doreen Sands – Do-Do

Reg Heselden – German Sailor

Philip O’Brien – German Sailor

Bill Longmuir – German Sailor

Reg Heselden – Taxi Driver

Sheila Neesham – Kit Kat Klub Patron

Vic Gough – Kit Kat Klub Patron

Ronald Cheesman – Kit Kat Klub Patron

Reg Heselden – Kit Kat Klub Patron

Philip O’Brien – Kit Kat Klub Patron

Dave Collis – Waiter

Dave Comber – Waiter

Mark Flower – Waiter

Daphne Thornton – Piano, Kit Kat Klub Band

Ernie Hills – Drums, Kit Kat Klub Band

Julie Smith – Saxophone, Kit Kat Klub Band


Production Crew

Production SecretarySue Whittaker

PropertiesMargaret Davy

PropertiesSue Whittaker

LightingBarrie Bowen

LightingFrances Thorne

Set Design & ConstructionRalph Dawes

Set Design & ConstructionBrian Box

Set Design & ConstructionMike Davy

Set Design & ConstructionDave Collis

Set Design & ConstructionDave Comber

Stage ManagerDave Collis

ContinuityBetty Martin

ChoreographyTrudy Nash

Front of House ManagerWin Heselden

Box OfficeJill Redman


Programme Note #1: Cabaret

BM wrote: ” ‘There was a city called Berlin – in a country called Germany’ It was 1930 and the Nazis were gaining power …. Two Love Stories – Much Music – Sadness – and Drama.

A colourful Musical Play, which I know you will enjoy as much as we shall perfo4rming it for you. If it makes you laugh, cry, and more importantly, think – we shall have succeeded.”