Ardèle

Valerie White had a heart attack during the Brighton run and was replaced by Elizabeth Tyrrell. White subsequently died on 3rd December the same year.

“Much thought, care, work and money were lavished on the Roger Clifford revival of ARDELE at the Queen’s, and it had two popular players heading the cast, Vincent Price and Coral Browne. But somehow the production did not work as was hoped and expected, and had to be withdrawn. Mr Clifford is new to management, with only one previous production, WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS, at the Albery, which was a notable success. One up and one down so far.” – ‘Comment’, The Stage 31st July 1975

Cast & Crew

Cast

Ada
Emilie
Marie-Christine
Marie-Christine
Nathalie
Nicholas
The Count
The Countess
The General
Toto
Toto
Villardieu
Emilie
  (started June 1975)

Crew

Costumes
Designer
Director
Lighting
Presented by
Presented by
Translator
Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Assistant to the Producer
Company and Stage Manager
Deputy Stage Manager
General Manager
Gentlemen’s costumes executed by
Ladies’ wigs by
Miss Browne’s costumes executed by
Miss Browne’s wig by
Production Photography by
Scenery built and painted by
Sound Consultant
Technical Adviser
Vincent Price’s hair styled by
Wardrobe Mistress
Wig care by

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