Archives - The Good Person of Szechwan

by Bertholt Brecht

Directed by Michael McKever

Wednesday 22nd – Saturday 25th October 1986 in the Auditorium

Written on the eve of the Second World War, this play centres around Scen Teh, a ‘good’ prostitute, and her efforts, dressed as a man, to fight evil and maintain her goodness.

Part of the Barn’s 1986/1987 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Wang-Brian Carman
Shen-The/Shui-Ta-Deborah Thompson
First God-Clive George
Second God-Chris Gill
Third God-Isla Petch
Yang Sun-David Valler
Mrs Mitzu-Janet While
Mrs Shin-Peggy Edgerley
Mr Shu-Fu-Peter Thomas
Mr Lin-To-Norman Merry
The Policeman-Derek Palmer
Nephew/Young Prostitute/Player-Rhona Harrison
Carpet Seller’s Wife-Mary Anderson
Mrs Yang/Older Prostitute-Kay Coppock
Carpet Seller/Priest-Arthur Lloyd
Wung/Waiter-Charlie Freeman
Man-Michael McKever
Woman-Belinda Putley
Grandfather-Louis Driscoll
Boy/Barber’s Boy-Phaedra Thompson
Children-Roselea Moore
Duncan Reid
Alistair McCann

Creative team

Director-Michael McKever
Stage Manager-Jan Sayer
Assistant Stage Managers-Mariam Rodway
Pat Walsh
John Cook
Paul Brown
Set Design-Denis Petch
Set Construction-Denis Petch
Michael McKever
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Painting-Shirley Austin
Denise Duffy
Heather Freeman
Lighting-John Lloyd
Brian Duffy
Sound-Harold Jennings
Wardrobe-Anne Classey
Properties-Kris Moore
Maureen Allison
Prompter-Marion Canadine
Refreshments-Dorothy Otterburn
Production Secretary-Pat Walsh

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