Archives - An Ideal Husband

by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Jack Wood

Friday 24th February – Saturday 4th March 2006 at 8pm in the Auditorium

An Ideal Husband is a theatrical delight. First produced in 1895, it deals with a theme as topical as the 21st century: parliamentary sleaze. Written with all the dash and style and wit expected of Oscar Wilde, this sumptuous light comedy also succeeds as a gripping and thought-provoking political thriller.

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Part of the Barn’s 2005/2006 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Cast

Mrs Margaret Marchmont-Sybil Thompson
The Countess of Basildon-Anne Woolmington
Mason-Henry Mackay
The Earl of Caversham, KG-Kevin Dinnin
Lady Chiltern-Hazel Halliday
Miss Mabel Chiltern-Naomi Sklar
Lady Markby-Joan Wilson
Mrs Laura Cheveley-Sharon Jolly
The Vicomte de Nanjac-Richard Foster
Sir Robert Chiltern, Bt-Tim Lee
Viscount Goring-Andy Nash
Phipps-Brian Kent
Party Guest-Laura Burman
Lauren Christy
Barbara Foster
Clive George
Graham Kilner
Karen Levett
George Marsh
Brian Milburn
Peter Neville
Maryam Rodway
Jack Sklar
Betty Thomas
Tanya Turton
Caroline Walter

Creative team

Director-Jack Wood
Assistant Director-Siobhán Hill Elam
Set Design-Jack Wood
Lighting Design-John Cude
Wardrobe-Judith Claxton
Shirley Thompson
Kay Coppock
Stage Manager-Paul Molyneux
Assistant Stage Manager-Sylvia Townend
Caroline Walter
Set Construction-Eric Farlie
Paul Molyneux
Pat Finch
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Scenery Painting-Bernard Usher
Jack Wood
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Properties-Barbara Foster
Lighting Operator-Adam Lake
Sound Designer-James Rowles
Sound Operator-Greg Reekie
Production Secretary-Joan Wilson
‘Old Master’ painting-Mike Goring
Hair Styling-Erica Catchpole
Costumes-Festival Costumes

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