Who Was That Lady ?
This specific production does not yet have a description, but the play itself does:
An upstairs / downstairs innocent lust type of plot is the vehicle for some brilliant songs and a masterful Brisket role as waiter in the Cremorne Gardens, masked ball, “Chateau bottled our wine, it may look very fine, but the labels are made in Bombay!” – “ they’ll all have to sup, from what’s not been used up, or we might have to throw it away!” the lighting was suitably dim, to allow for many mistaken identity situations! The excuse for the man of the house to go to Town, “keep your eye on Surats!” (shares) stock exchange trip – assignations, etc. Excellent show.
Adapted from “The Pink Dominoes” by James Albery.
Book and Lyrics by John Albery.
Music by John Gould
Cast & Crew
|Charles Greythorne||Norman Comer|
|George||Steven St John|
|Henry Tubbs||Peter Robert Scott|
|Joskin Tubbs||Frank Ellis|
|Lady Maggie Wagstaff||Charmian May|
|Mrs Tubbs||Eve Shickle|
|Sir Percy Wagstaff||Robert Sessions|
|Sophia Greythorne||Sonia Woolley|
|ASM||Steven St John|
|Ladies Costumes||Barbara Wilson|
|Musical Director/Keyboards||John Gould|
|Original play “Pink Dominoes”||James Albery|
If you have an interesting observation or anecdote about this production that you think others may be interested in, please sign in in order to record it here.