Archives - The Dresser

by Ronald Harwood

Directed by Margaret Lickman

Saturday 30th April – Saturday 7th May 1983 in the Auditorium

The British theatre today owes much to the tradition of the Actor-Manager, often a powerful, tyrannical figure who demanded hard work, devotion and loyalty from the members of his company. In Ronald Harwood’s play it is the character of the Dresser who is the pivot for these ideals, a perpetuator of the myth, who struggles to keep the tradition alive.


  • Felixstowe
    • Placed First
    • Audience Appreciation Award
  • Buxton
    • Placed First
    • Best Actor

Part of the Barn’s 1982/1983 season and a festival entry

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Margaret Lickman
Stage Manager-Pat Dunham
Assistant Stage Manager-Gill Millinger
Set Designer-Michael McKever
Set Construction-Norman Merry
Don Fisher
Tony Iliffe
Lighting-Pam Farlie
Eric Farlie
Pamela Gibson
Sound-Carole Muscroft
David McCallum
Properties-Kris Moore
Maureen Allison
Prompter-Winifred Butler
Wardrobe-Ann Wiles
Teresa Gingell
‘Lear’ Costumes-Festival Costumes
Poster Design-Shirley Austin
Production Secretary-Shirley Thompson

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