Taunton Thespians Archive - past productions

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime adapted by Constance Cox
from a short story by Oscar Wilde

The Corfield Hall, Taunton 12thth – 15th January, 1966
Baines the Butler Leslie Morris
Lord Arthur Savile Garth Willoughby
Sybil Merton, his fiancée Barbara Gulliford
The Dean of Paddington, his uncle Arthur Moorhouse
Lady Windermere, his aunt Peggy Groves
Lady Clementina Beauchamp, his great aunt Elsie Goldsmith
Lady Julia Merton, Sybil’s mother Margaret Tranfield
Mr Podgers, a Cheiromantist William Sleep
Nellie, the maid Angela Wootton
Herr Winkelkopf, an anarchist James Glover
Producer Esther Rogers
Stage Manager Audrey Angell
Stage Director Sydney Banks
Assistant Stage Managers Joseph Bass and Vera Rich
Lighting Kenneth Fieldhouse
Properties Maureen Thomas and Betty Osmond
Wardrobe Mistress Elsie Goldsmith
Assisted by Mary Evans and Dorothy Finch
Setting under the direction of Sydney Banks
Assisted by Barrie Dowdeswell, George Finch, Christopher Gulliford and Peter Hopkins
Calls Stephen Morris, Stephen Baker
Front of House or Acknowledgments
Front of House Manager Fred Pallett
Stewards Directed by Alex Yandall
Programme Sellers Directed by Noreen Marfell