THE LONG AND THE SHORT AND THE TALL

Production Date:  October 1997

Directed by: Anthony White

Genre:  War Drama

Group:  BHTC

Staged:  The Martlets Hall, Burgess Hill

 

SYNOPSIS: 

 

A tough, critically acclaimed play about a group of British soldiers who are unenthusiastic about their duties in the Malayan jungle until they discover that soldiering is more than just a game. The men must face up to unforseen issues of loyalty, honour and danger if they are to survive. 


BHTC NOTES: This production was first performed by the club in 1976 which was also directed by Anthony White.  Click here to see The Long and the Short and the Tall - 1976.

 


Recognised by the Mid-Sussex Times Newspaper Annual Awards

Winners:

Best Supporting Actor - Chris Smith

Best Set Design - Anthony White - See Details Below.

Stage Manager

Set Designer

Set Construction Team

Techncal Manager

Technical Team

 

Wardrobe

Properties

Prompt

Box Office Manager & Front of House Manager

Publicity

Laurie Parsons

Anthony White

Geoff Twyman, Bob Awcock, Alan Herbert,

Keith Griffiths, David Bevan, Leon Figg, 

Ron Whitehead & Laurie Parsons

Tim Pateman, Daniel Pepper & Keith Samphier

Doreen Cripps

Jo White

Morag Mitchell

Rosalind Wood

Jim Wilson

Crew

Cast

Playwrights:  Wills Hall

Sgt. Mitchem, R.

Cpl. Johnstone, E.

L/Cpl. Macleish, A.J.

Pte. Whitaker, S.

Pte. Evans, T.E

Pte. Bamforth, C.

Pte, Smith, P.

Japanese Soldier

Chris Smith

Leon Figg

Bob Greenyer

David Villiers

Nigel Summers

Peter Forester

David Bevan

Tony Coare

THE LONG AND THE SHORT

AND THE TALL

BHTC Production Number: 192

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