Archives - The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie

by Jay Presson Allen
Adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark

Directed by Carole Muscroft

Saturday 4th – Saturday 11th December 1971 in the Auditorium

Set in Edinburgh in the 1930’s, this play portrays an expert in self-deception. ‘First, last and always’ a teacher, Jean Brodie cunningly constructs cliques of impressionable girls who in turn will go to any length to win her attention and affection. Surrounded by fierce admiration and desire, she defies all who seek to destroy her dangerous influence; or is it merely misunderstood and coveted dedication?

Part of the Barn’s 1971/1972 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Jean Brodie-Margaret Lickman
Sandy Stranger-Lynn Gill
Jenny Gray-Carol Hyde
Monica Douglas-Gill Millinger
Mary MacGregor-Lorraine Groom
Miss MacKay-Joan Burgess
Teddy Lloyd-Keith Pinhorne
Gordon Lowther-John Lloyd
Other Pupils-Children from The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Carole Muscroft
Production Manager-Shirley Shaw
Stage Manager-David Shaw
Assistant Stage Manager-Nicole Young
Set Designer-Michael McKever
Set Building-Don Fisher
Robert Gill
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Lighting-Pam Farlie
David Farlie
David Groom
Sound-John Cunningham
John Ball
Christopher Wright
Effects-Derek Palmer
Heather Naismith
Derek Ritchie
Properties-Shirley Thompson
Jean Ball
Sheila Izzard
Cassandra Davies
Costume and Wardrobe-Janet While
Wendy Bowen
Tina Jolly
Prompter-Brenda Newey
Art Work and Make Up-Shirley Austin
Anne Butterworth

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