A PHEONIX TOO FREQUENT
Directed by: Anthony Hole
Production Date: October 2006
Genre: 1 Act Play - Comedy Drama
Playwright: Christopher Fry
Staged: The Theatre, Church Walk, Burgess Hill
This version of the famous Matron of Ephesus, tells the story of a maid and her pious widow employer, who mourns for the death of her recently deceased husband. The maid is not quite so pious, yet both women begin to suffer the pangs of a self-imposed hunger and there are signs that they are also unhappy over the loss of male company. However, it's not until a handsome guard appears that the widow begins regretting withdrawing from the world.
BHTC NOTES: A meal of pizza and salad followed by fruit was enjoyed by audiences, before the production commenced.
BHTC first presented this production in 1968 when the role of Tegius (the soldier) was played by Anthony Hole, who directed this production. Click to see the 1968 Production.
Set Design & Decoration
Sound & Lighting
Hair & Make-Up
Box Office & Front of House Manager
Peter Forester, Andy Squires & Keith Griffiths
Chris ChildsPat Griffiths
Production Photos 1-4 & Flyer
A PHOENIX TOO FREQUENT
Photographs courtesy of Sue Gooding
BHTC Production Number: 242