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by Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Joan Goodwin

Friday 24th March – Saturday 1st April 2006 at 8pm in the Auditorium

Set mainly in a TV studio where a daytime soap is being directed by a once big-time film producer, this is a comedy set in the foreseeable future when everything has changed except human nature. Actors are replaced by androids. One of these 'actoids' is wrongly programmed and falls in love with a young writer. They run away together and have some hilarious but thought-provoking adventures.

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Part of the Barn’s 2005/2006 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Cast

Doctor-Richard Foster
Mother-Christine Mackinven
Young man-Keith Thompson
Prim Spring-Linda Vincent
Chandler Tate-Brian Stewart
Trudi Floote-Davina Foster
Carla Pepperbloom-Laura Powell Eddy
Adam Trainsmith-Martyn Jolly
Jacie Triplethree-Natalie Gordon
Farmer-Richard Foster
Farmer’s Wife-Christine Mackinven
Lester Trainsmith-Dick Breeze
Marmion-Keith Thompson
Desk Clerk-Dick Breeze
Man in Dress Shop-Richard Foster
Girl in Dress Shop-Davina Foster
Dress Shop Assistant-Christine Mackinven
First Waiter-Dick Breeze
Second Waiter-Keith Thompson
Prostitute-Christine Mackinven
Turkey-Richard Foster
Technician-Keith Thompson

Creative team

Director-Joan Goodwin
Stage Manager-Norman Merry
Assistant Stage Manager-Brian Kent
John Tilbury
Maryam Rodway
Set Design-Bernard Usher
Lighting Design-Louis Davis
Lighting Assistant-Derek Ritchie
Lighting Operator-Shirley Shaw
Sound-James Rowles
James Rose
Andrew Whyment
Andrew Toynbee
Properties-Kris Moore
Maureen Gilmour
Set Builder-Norman Merry
Pat Finch
Brian Kent
Brian Milburn
Peter Moore
Wardrobe-Members of The Company
Wigs-Shirley Thompson
Erica Catchpole
Rehearsal Photographs-John Davies
Dance Routine-Joyce Smith
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson
Original Music Composer-John Pattison

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