The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre

June 23, 24, 25 & 26, 1999


Conceived & Originally Directed by John-Michael Tebelak
Music & New Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz

Directed by
Betty Dawes

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“Sweet spell of success”
– Shoreham Herald –


Antony Muzzall – Jesus

Adrian Kenward – John the Baptist / Judas


Hannah Collis

Roland Ham-Riche

Joanna Hopper

Julie Le Manquais

Jane Richards

Hazel Starns

Peter Winstone


KeyboardsKatalin Szeless, Andrew Stewart

Bass & Acoustic GuitarBob Ryder

PercussionJonathan Dawes

Production Crew

Musical DirectorKatalin Szeless

ChoreographerTrudy Nash

DesignerAmanda Evans

LightingRalph Dawes

Stage ManagerDave Collis

Set Construction & PaintingBrian Box

Set Construction & PaintingDave Collis

Set Construction & PaintingDave Comber

Set Construction & PaintingMike Davy

Set Construction & PaintingMark Flower

Set Construction & PaintingSheila Neesham

Set Construction & PaintingFrances Thorne

PropertiesMargaret Davy

PropertiesSue Whittaker

SoundDave Hill

SoundFrank Child

SoundGreg Starns

ASMJoan Bearman

Front of House ManagerMark Flower

Press & PublicityRosemary Bouchy

Press & PublicityJudith Berrill

Press & PublicityRosemary Brown

Press & PublicityFrances Thorne

Box OfficeMargaret Murrell

Programme Note #1: Godspell

BD wrote “Ever since I directed Godspell in St. Michael’s and All Angels Church for the Council of Churches over a decade ago, I have wanted to present it again. That production was enormously exciting and successful.

As the founder member of Wick, there couldn’t have been a better time for me to do it and I am absolutely delighted to have the opportunity of directing Godspell as the final production in our wonderful 50th Season.

We have had a lot of pleasure preparing the show for you and I hope you enjoy the show with us and see why it holds such a special place in my heart.

Thank you very much for your continued support of the Wick shows which is very much appreciated and we look forward to entertaining you over the next 50 years.”