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As You Like It
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As You Like It

by William Shakespeare

The Nottingham Playhouse Company

Nottingham Playhouse, 14 August 1975

There will be one interval of fifteen minutes

Orlando, the youngest son of Sir Rowland de Boys John Price John Price, As You Like It, 1975
Adam, a servant of Oliver Leslie Sarony Leslie Sarony, As You Like It, 1975
Oliver, the eldest son of Sir Rowland de Boys David Bailie David Bailie, As You Like It, 1975
Dennis, a servant of Oliver Malcolm Ingram Malcolm Ingram, As You Like It, 1975
Charles, a wrestler Garry McDermott Garry McDermott, As You Like It, 1975
Celia, Duke Frederick's daughter Susan Tracy Susan Tracy, As You Like It, 1975
Rosalind, the Banished Duke's daughter, Celia's cousin Jane Lapotaire Jane Lapotaire, As You Like It, 1975
Touchstone, a clown attending on Duke Frederick Alun Armstrong Alun Armstrong, As You Like It, 1975
Le Beau, a courtier attending on Duke Frederick Peter Myers Peter Myers, As You Like It, 1975
Duke Frederick Paul Dawkins Paul Dawkins, As You Like It, 1975
The Banished Duke Patrick Holt Patrick Holt, As You Like It, 1975
Amiens, attending on the Banished Duke Archie Tew Archie Tew, As You Like It, 1975
Lords, attending on the Banished Duke Malcolm Ingram
Mathew Scurfield Mathew Scurfield, As You Like It, 1975
A Courtier, attending on Duke Frederick Mathew Scurfield
Corin, shepherd Anthony Douse Anthony Douse, As You Like It, 1975
Silvius, a shepherd James Hazeldine James Hazeldine, As You Like It, 1975
Jaques, a lord, attending on the Banished Duke John Normington John Normington, As You Like It, 1975
Audrey Susan Porrett Susan Porrett, As You Like It, 1975
Sir Oliver Martext, a vicar Leslie Sarony
Phebe, a shepherdess Caroline Hutchison Caroline Hutchison, As You Like It, 1975
William Matthew Scurfield
Hymen Anthony Douse
Jaques de Boys, the second son of Sir Rowland de Boys Malcolm Ingram
Musicians Stuart Gordon
Phil Harrison
Courtiers, Forest Lords, etc. The Company
Boys Peter Carmody

August 13, 14, 23, 25, 26

Andrew Dixon
Thomas Hain
Taras Moroz
Jeremy Walker
Jeremy Cornes

August 18, 19, 27, 28

Jeremy Hague
David Lock
David McShane
Mark Raven
Adam Crevald

August 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 29, 30

Robert Gale
Nicholas Mulcahy
Andrew Smith
Christopher Vivian
Directed by Peter Gill
Set designed by William Dudley
Costumed designed by Deirdre Clancy
Music by George Fenton
Lighting by Rory Dempster
Assistant to the Director Michael Joyce
Theatre Director Richard Eyre
Administrator Gordon Stratford
Company Manager Roger Hulley
Stage Manager Mark Cunningham
Deputy Stage Manager Carolyn Ross
Assistant Stage Manager and Chaperone Meg Kelly
Photographs Gerald Murray
Production credits

Settings, Costumes and Properties by the Nottingham Playhouse Workshops. Wigs by Stevie Hall. Dyeing and printing by Alan Watkins. Gym mats by RAF Newton. Additional furniture and properties by The National Theatre. Radio Trent for services and facilities with recordings. The Nottingham Playhouse would like to thank Raleigh Industries Ltd for their great help and advice in the construction of the scenery for this production.

Programme cover illustration from ' Maxfield Parrish ' by Coy Ludwig, Academy Editions, London: design by the John Player Design Studio.

Jane Lapotaire appears by kind permission of the Prospect Theatre Company.

Regular suppliers

Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco by John Player and Sons . Hosiery and Lingerie by Charnos . Stage Lighting Equipment by Rank Strand . Additional Lighting Equipment by C.C.T. Lighting, W. J. Furse and Berkey Technical (UK) Ltd. Coffee and Chocolate supplied by the Nestle Company Ltd.


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