Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE ALD : F174930
AltRefNoF174930
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleThe Taming Of The Shrew
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a play produced at the Aldwych Theatre entitled THE TAMING OF THE SHREW.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE ALD : F174930
No printed date is given
Contains two slips of paper with the printed notes, "Owing to the indisposition of Clive Swift the part of Grumio will be played at this performance by Alan Downer and the part of Tailor by Edward Argent" and "At this performance the part of Boy Player will be played by Barrie Davies"
Also contains various printed advertisements
SubjectDrama
drama
PhysicalDescription235 mm x 180 mm
Related PersonMeaden, Howard, house manager
Abrahams, D.A., theatre licensee
Carter, Frederick, general manager
Daniels, Maurice, director
Shakespeare, William , 1564-1616, author
Stone, Alix, set designer
Stone, Alix, costume designer
Woolfenden, Guy, 1937-, conductor
Wyckham, John, lighting effects
Priestman, Brian, musical director
Grant, Pauline, choreographer
Stephens, P.G., actor
MacGregor, Barry, actor
Voss, Philip, actor
Edwards, Mavis, actor
Cullen, Ian, actor
Downer, Alan, actor
Stavert, Geoffrey, actor
Keen, James, actor
Bonnamy, Yvonne, actor
Diamond, Marian, actor
Ritchie, Meg, actor
Jeffrey, Peter , 1929-1999, actor
Bree, James, actor
Knight, Esmond, 1906-1987, actor
Redgrave, Vanessa, 1937-, actor
Rigg, Diana, Dame, 1938-, actor
Hutchings, Geoffrey, 1939-, actor
Warner, John, 1924-2001, actor
Morris, Wolfe, 1925-1996, actor
Godfrey, Derek, actor
Swift, Clive, 1936-, actor
Argent, Edward, actor
Hoyle, Stuart, actor
Greenidge, Terence, actor
Austin, William, actor
Howell, Dane, actor
Nettleton, John, 1929-, actor
Russell, Peter, actor
Gifford, Wendy, actor
Related OrganisationRoyal Shakespeare Theatre Company
Royal Shakespeare Theatre Wind Band
Related PlaceAldwych Theatre, Aldwych, Westminster, London, England
CategoryTheatre programme
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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