Archives - An Evening of One Act Plays

If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank by Tom Stoppard
Where Have All the Flowers Gone? by Dick Breeze and Adrian Gurney

If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank directed by George Blee
Where Have All the Flowers Gone? directed by David Thompson

Thursday 7th – Saturday 9th November 1991 in the Auditorium

An Evening of One Act Plays If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank by Tom Stoppard - PosterAn Evening of One Act Plays If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank by Tom Stoppard - Poster

 

Part of the Barn’s 1991/1992 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

If You’re Glad, I’ll Be Frank

Frank-Lou Monzeglio
Gladys-Jo Davies
First Commissionaire-George Blee
Myrtle Trelawney-Jenny Miles
Mr Mortimer-David Harrold
Mr Courtenay-Smith-Ray Newton
Sir John-David Thompson
Lord Coot-Dick Breeze
Beryl Bligh-Carol Monzeglio
Operator-Jan Sayer
Ivy-Jan Sayer
Second Commissionaire-Derek Palmer
Director-George Blee

Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Emma-Elizabeth Hatrick
Arthur-Ray Newton
John-John Cook
Angela-Victoria Rive
Nathan-David Harrold
Prompt-Angela Breeze
Properties and Décor-Jean Amato
Iris Marshall
Sybil Thompson
Director-David Thompson

Creative team

Technical Crew-Janet Lloyd
John Lloyd
Brenda Newey
Derek Palmer
Pat Walsh
Production Co-ordinator-Eric Farlie

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