GIVE ME A RING

Synopsis:

 

Based around the theme of rings that are mentioned in various Shakespeare plays, this show featured excerpts from Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice, The Two Gentleman Of Verona, Richard llland All's Well That Ends Well

 

Selected and programme developed and written by club member Jacky Hilary. Jacky had already written a one act plays.

Click on the tiles to see  Two Times Two (1999)

and  Missing You (2000).

 

BHTC NOTES: This was the first production performed

outside in our own theatre garden, but unfortunately

due to adverse weather conditions one of the shows

had to be performed inside. 

 

PLAYWRIGHT:  William Shakespeare lived for 52 years.

In just 23 years, between approximately 1590 and 1613,

he is attributed with writing 38 plays, 154 sonnets and

5 other poems.

GIVE ME A RING

Genre:   Shakespearian Dramas

Playwright:   Excerpts of plays by William Shakespeare - selected by Jacky Hilary 

Directed by:  Jacky Hilary

Production Date: June  2008

Group:  BHTC

Staged:  The Theatre, Church Walk, Burgess Hill

BHTC Production Number: 253

Bob Bayliss

Samantha Childs

Peter Forester

Jacky Hilary

Laura Jimmieson

Richard Light

Andy Squires

Marrie Stewart

Chris Whittle

Cast 

Crew

Malvino / Launce / Clown / Soldier

Olivia / Portia / Julia / Diana

Bassanio / Proteus / Richard lll / Lafeu

Narrator / Lady Anne / Countess of Rousillion

Viola / Silvia / Helena

Narrator

Gratiano / Bertram

Sir Andrew Aguecheek / Nerissa / Gentlewoman

Antonio / Valentine / Narrator / King

 

Richard Light

Tony Hole & Samantha Payne

Chris Childs

Marrie Stewart & Steve Blacow

Rosalind Wood

 

Music

Publicity

Indoor Lighting

Hats & Props

Box Office & Front of House

Programme & Flyer

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