Stage debut of former model Sue Lloyd.
“THE PHOTOGRAPHER is both new and an exceptional ‘must’, and it gives us intense pleasure to know that Windsor audiences will be the first to see this exciting and captivating play. We are presenting it in association with H M Tennent Ltd, in itself a hallmark of the play’s quality.” – Windsor publicity
Film rights were bought in July 1964 by Peter Glenville, with Peter O’Toole to star; the film wasn’t made. A television version, with Robert Stephens, Derek Jacobi and Susannah York, was produced for ITV PLAYHOUSE and shown on 29th January 1968.
Cast & Crew
|Bryan Baker||Alan Dobie|
|John Ruggles||John Woodnutt|
|Mr Webber||James Ottaway|
|The Model||Sue Lloyd|
|Clothes by||Helen Guest at Cresta|
|Sculptures by||Maurice Henderson|
|Sculptures by||James Whitlock|
|Assistant Stage Manager (Windsor)||Jacqueline Osborn|
|Company and Stage Manager||Frank Stevens|
|Setting built by||Norman Brown|
|Stage Director (Windsor)||Shirley Barrett|
|Stage Manager (Windsor)||Judy Harrison|
- Added by Jared William.
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