Archives - The Dutch Courtesan

by John Marston

Directed by Michael McKever
Produced by Carole Muscroft

Saturday 2nd – Saturday 9th December 1972 in the Auditorium

A colourful, witty, lively and bawdy Renaissance comedy in the form of two interlacing plots. Showing that the man who denies the existence of natural impulses does not really exist, and the passionate man who thinks he is “as white as snow” is ridiculous, if not potentially dangerous. Marston invites us all to laughingly survey the nature of man.

Part of the Barn’s 1972/1973 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Michael McKever
Producer-Carole Muscroft
Music-Geoffrey Winters
Stage Manager-Brian Moseley
Assistant Stage Manager-Judith Stobart
Musical Director-Tony Mash
Choreography-Patricia Moore
Set Designer-Michael McKever
Set Builders-Brian Duffy
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Painter-Jeanne Bridges
Lighting-Andrew Gilchrist
Robert Gill
Peter Timewell
Sound-Carole Muscroft
Chris Ivory
Costumes-Kathleen Lloyd
Margaret McKever
Wardrobe-Noreen Stubbs
Properties-Beryl Blatherwick
Lorraine Groom
Make-up and Wigs-Marjorie Coles
Prompter-Mary Anderson
Production Secretary-Pauline Izzard
Box Office-Joan Wilson
House Manager-Tony Avison

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