Let’s Be Frank
A revised version of CALL OF THE DODO, originally presented at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham on 5th October 1955.
For its pre-London touring dates in 1963 the play was called THERE’S A YANK CLOSE BEHIND ME. The 1964 reprise at Windsor didn’t credit the original producers but retained the same cast (bar one), most of the crew and all the fixtures and fittings of the West End version.
Cast & Crew
|Addie Lovell||Cicely Courtneidge|
|Fred Hayter||Warren Stanhope|
|Geoffrey Martin||Naunton Wayne|
|Julian Lassiter||Jack Hulbert|
|Rose Lovell||Tracey Lloyd|
|Tom Williams||Kenneth Fortescue|
|Geoffrey Martin||Donald Tandy
(started 3rd February 1964)
|Decor and Settings by||Joan Jefferson Farjeon|
|Presented by (1963)||Michael Hamilton|
|Presented by (1963)||Geoffrey Hastings|
|Stage Manager (1964)||Frank Raymond|
|Wardrobe Mistress (1963)||Elsie Codner|
|Assistant Stage Manager (1963)||Faith Curtis|
|Assistant Stage Manager (1964)||Mary Kellehar|
|Carpenter (1964)||Norman Brown|
|Company and Stage Manager (1963)||Donald Walker|
|Deputy Stage Manager (1963)||Frank Raymond|
|Electrician (1964)||Cyril Douglas|
|Press Representative (1963)||Torrington Douglas|
|Publicity Manager (1964)||Anne Cooper|
|Scenery built by||Brunskill & Loveday|
|Scenery painted by||The Harkers|
- Added by Jared William.
Revised version of the 1955 play CALL OF THE DODO.
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