A Hundred Years Old – 29/03/1947

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Title A Hundred Years Old
Start Date 29/03/1947
End Date 04/01/1947
Abstract A 3 act play set in a small Andalusian town.
Designer Desmond Connor
Director Peggy Tellick
Author Quintero Bros
Company Tin Alley Players
Venue Union Theatre
Reviews p5 ‘Tin Alley Players first show…. was disappointing.’
References Farrago 15/4/47 Script and Program
Cast 1 script marked with “S. Davis” & characters “Currita” underlined other – “Olive Norman” & “Dona Filomena”
Extra Notes Proceeds to Union House Appeal Fund.
Cast Manuel – James Carr; Carmen Campos – Sylvia Samuel; Dona Marciala – Blanche Wood, Don Evaristo – Hugh D. neville, Papa Juan – Les Young; Dona Filomona – Olive Norman; Eulalia – Joan Harvey; Trino – Wilfred Blunden; currita – Shirley Davis; Rosa – Doreen Moore; Antonon – Ian Walker; Alonso – Gordon Cook; Singing offstage – Dulcie Exell and Keith Macartney
Crew English Version – Helen Granvile-Barker; Stage Direction – Desmond Connor; Properties and Stage Decoration – Diana Medley, Elizabeth Rosenblum; Business Manager – Maurice Belz; Secretary – Ruby May
Notes 3 very old bound copies at script -(1 incomplete). Also located: Elden de Steiger and Rowden White Library