“I’ve heard it said, often, that a bad dress rehearsal means a good first night, and vice versa. If we’re to believe that, then the opening night of THE HEIRESS at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley last Tuesday clearly followed an excellent dress rehearsal.” – The Stage, 5th March 1992
“An excellent play very well presented in a magnificently detailed early Victorian setting is having well-deserved audience support at the Churchill, Bromley.” – The Stage, 12th March 1992
Cast & Crew
|Arthur Townsend||Christopher Barritt
(credited as as Chris Barritt)
|Catherine Sloper||Nicola McAuliffe|
|Dr Austin Sloper||Frank Finlay|
|Marian Almond||Nicola Glick|
|Morris Townsend||Anthony Head|
|Mrs Elizabeth Almond||Patricia Shakesby|
|Mrs Lavinia Penniman||Barbara Murray|
|Mrs Montgomery||Illona Linthwaite|
|Assistant Producer||Mardi Metters|
|Columns by||Peter Evans Studios|
|Drapes by||Helen Pettitt|
|Scenic Properties||Mik Weir|
|Set built by||Eddie Kent|
|Set built by||Denis O’Sullivan|
|Set painted by||Kerry Jarrett|
|Set painted by||Frances Waddington|
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Adapted from Henry James’ WASHINGTON SQUARE by Ruth and Augustus Goetz.
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