Maskers' Studio Theatreon
Wednesday 20th to Friday 22nd 1999
From a suggestion by Carl Dunnington, who thanks Lawrie Gee, Jez Minns, Ken Spencer, Nathan Weeks, Ron Stannard & Harry Tuffill for their invaluable assistance.
This show was performed for "Free" (bucket collection at the end), to Maskers and their friends. It was extremely well received!
|The First Half|
|MORAL FOR THE MILLENNIUM (Richard Stilgoe)||Tony Austin|
|INNOCENT MAN (Jez Minns) (NB This item contains strong language)||Albie Minns|
|DON'T PUT YOUR DAUGHTER ON THE STAGE MRS WORTHINGTON (Jim Burton)||Derek Leslie|
|A CHIP IN THE SUGAR - Excerpt (Alan Bennett)
“Graham is a bachelor who is just recovering from a serious mental breakdown. He lives in a symbiotic relationship with his mother. His world threatens to come to an end with the appearance of an ‘old flame’ of hers called Mr Turnbull”
|CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA - The Historical Prologue (George Bernard Shaw)||Ron Randall|
|HER BIG CHANCE - Excerpt (Alan Bennett)||Sarah Humphrey|
|The Second Half|
|SIR MARCUS BROWNING MP at THE LORD MAYOR'S BANQUET (Rowan Atkinson)||Albie Minns|
|CULTURE AND CLASS & THE VIOLIN (Richard Stilgoe)||Tony Austin|
|THE CARETAKER - Excerpt (Harold Pinter)||Carl Dunnington|
|BED AMONG THE LENTILS (Alan Bennett)||Marion Westbury**|
|TWO - Excerpt (Jim Cartwright)||Emma Hobbs, James Eaves, Gemma Jury|
|THE EPILOGUE by THE REV. JONATHAN THOMAS (Spike Milligan)||Derek Leslie|
**Unfortunately Marion was unable to perform in the final show due to illness.