This specific production does not yet have a description, but the play itself does:
Bartholomew Fayre: A Comedy is a comedy in five acts by Ben Jonson, the last written of his four great comedies. It was first staged on October 31, 1614 at the Hope Theatre by the Lady Elizabeth’s Men. Written four years after The Alchemist, five after Epicoene, or the Silent Woman, and nine after Volpone, it is in some respects the most experimental of these plays.
Cast & Crew
|Bartholomew Cokes||Christopher Biggins|
|Captain Whit||Paul Kirk|
|Dame Overdo||Lynn Farleigh|
|Dame Purecraft||Diana Fairfax|
|Edgeworth||Joshua Le Touzel|
|Grace Wellborn||Noreen Leighton|
|Humphrey Wasp||David Neal|
|Joan Trash||Georgie Glen|
|Jodan Knockem||Albie Woodington|
|John Littlewit||Tom Mannion|
|Justice Overdo||Peter Bayliss|
|Lantern Leatherhead||Richard Brain|
|Punk Alice||Joanne Howarth|
|Win Littlewit||Juliette Grassby|
|Fight Director||John Waller|
|Lighting Designer||Ian Callander|
|Musical Director||Stephen Deutsch|
|Puppet Design||Graham Galvin|
- Added by Ian Callander.
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