Ref NoPRG/JMS/F236219
AltRefNoF236219
CollectionRonald James Programme Collection
TitleTheatre programme: The Frogs / The Birds / The Persians
Date8-20 May 1967
Extent1 item
DescriptionTheatre Programme advertising The Frogs, The Birds, The Persians. Aldwych Theatre, London. Greece, The Greek Art Theatre. Adverts on inside pages. A loose piece of paper on Synopses of the play. Information on 1964/65/66 World Theatre Seasons. The Frogs: 8,9,10, 20 May, The Birds: 11,12,17,18,19 May, The Persians: 13,15,16 May 1967. Programme price one shilling. Picture of The artistic director of the world theatre season, Peter Daubeny.
Creative roles: The Frogs: Aristophnes (by), Karlos Koun (director), Kostas Stamatiou (translated by), Chloe Georgaki (settings and costumes), Yannis Christou (music and choral speech orchestration), David Read (lighting), Belinda Cadbury (assistant to designer).The Birds: Aristophnes (by), Karolos Koun (director), Vassailis (translation - adaptation), Yannis Tsarouchis (settings and costumes), Manos Hadjidakis (music), Zouzou Nicoloudi (choreography), David Read (lighting). The Persains: Aeschylus (by), Karolos koun (director), Panos Moulas (translated by), Yannis Tsarouchis (setting and costumes), Yannis Christou (music), David Read (lighting).
Performers: In all three productions: Dimitris Hadjimarkos, Thymois Karakatsanis, Stelios Kafkaridis, Antonis Katsaridis, Sypros Kalogirou, Ekali Sokou, Sophia Michopoulou, Mina Adamaki, Yannis Mortzos, Vassilis Andronidis, Giorgos Lazanis, Mimis Kouyoumtjis, Nikos Charalambous, Nektarios Vouteris, Kostas Styliaris, llias Logothetis, Maya Lyberopoulou, Sophia Michopoulou, Mary Vostanndji, Reni Pittaki, Haris Goumas, Christos Pakastas, Spyros Sokou, Marina Georgiou, Nelly Angelidou, Nektarious Vouteris.
SubjectPlay
PhysicalDescriptionblue / black on white paper
EventThe Frogs / The Birds / The Persians
Related PlaceAldwych Theatre
CategoryProgrammes (theatre)
Access conditionsThis material is available for consultation at the University of Kent's Special Collections & Archives reading room, Templeman Library, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7NU (specialcollections@kent.ac.uk).
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