Ref NoPRG/DAW/THE PIC : F174983
AltRefNoF174983
CollectionDaw Programme Collection
TitleI And Albert
Date1972 (circa)
Extent1 Item
DescriptionTheatre programme advertising a musical produced at the Piccadilly Theatre entitled I AND ALBERT.
NotesPrevious reference number: UKC/PRG/DAW/THE PIC : F174983
No printed date is given
Contains photographs and biographies of members of the cast and crew
Also contains various printed advertisements
A synopsis of musical numbers is provided
SubjectDrama
musical
PhysicalDescription230 mm x 135 mm
Related PersonAlbery, Ian B., general manager
Leach, David, theatre manager
Schlesinger, John , 1926-, designer
Myles, David, assistant director
Allen, Lewis, producerM.
Litvinoff, Si, producer
Allen, Jay Presson, 1922-2006, (born Jacqueline Presson), author
Strouse, Charles, 1928-, composer
Adams, Lee, lyricist
Arrighi, Luciana, set designer
Barrett, Alan, costume designer
Ornbo, Richard, lighting effects
Davies, Gareth, musical director
Langford, Gordon, orchestration
Collison, David, sound
Bongo, Ali, magical illusions
Elliott, Thomas, production manager
Rothenberg, John, stage manager
Everitt, Michael, deputy stage manager
Hall, Ernest, assistant stage manager
Paget, Derek, assistant stage manager
Rockley, Allison, assistant stage manager
James, Polly, actor
Taube, Sven-Bertil, actor
Fiander, Lewis, actor
Woods, Aubrey, actor
Beamish, Sylvia, actor
Bevis, Michael, actor
Blade, Raewyn, actor
Boothe, Michael, actor
Colet, Jan, actor
Dell, Martin, actor
Guard, Christopher, 1953-, actor
Horn, Ann, actor
Hughes, Olwen, actor
Jason, Gillian, actor
Klein, Dan, actor
Lighthill, Brian, actor
Manville, Lesley, actor
Quilliam, Nelda, actor
Raistrick, George, actor
Ralph, Brian, actor
Rhodes, Barbara, actor
Spraggon, Peter, actor
Stevens, Dudley, actor
Tate, David, actor
Taylor, Jeffrey, actor
Wade, Elizabeth, actor
Warwick, Norman, actor
Webb, David, actor
Williams, Rosemary, actor
Related OrganisationPiccadilly Theatre Ltd.
Related PlacePiccadilly Theatre, Denman Street, 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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