DON'T BLAME IT ON THE BOOTS

Three 1 Act Plays

 

Synopsis:

 

No one would have blamed it on the boots if only Kate had produced Macbeth instead of Hamlet or Ophelia hadn't been so attractive and naive or Eric had smaller feet and wasn't the drama group's prize flirt or Liz's father hadn't been an actor who once trod the boards at Stratford in those self same boots But Kate does produce Hamlet and Eric flirts outrageously with the impressionable Ophelia. Liz insists that the Ghost wear the boots. On the last night the boots are worn but not, as everyone thinks, by Eric. He is trapped in his dressing room. So who gave such an impressive performance as the Ghost? 



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DON'T BLAME IT ON THE BOOTS

Playwright: N J Warburton

Genre:  Comedy (1 Act Play)

Directed by: Nancy Forsdike

Production Date:  October 1999

Group:  BHTC

Staged:  The Theatre, Church Walk, Burgess Hill

 

BHTC Production Number: 197

Kaitlin Forester

Doreen Cripps

Chris Smith

 Jan Case

Helen Clapperton

Margaret Coveney

Cast

Julia Peckham

Keith Samphier,

Tim Pateman & Steve Pavey

Alan Herbert

Julia Peckham

Rosalind Wood

Stephen Tyrell

Crew

Ophelia

Kate

Eric

Liz

Stage Hand 1

Stage Hand 2

Stage Manager

Technical Team

 

Set Construction

Prompt

Box Office & Front of House

Technical Training

 

Programme

 

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