A musical ‘freely adapted’ from the Charlotte Brontë novel.
This was Malcolm Russell’s 369th play at this theatre.
Scheduled for three weeks, this production was extended to four owing to popular demand.
Revived at the same theatre from 10th July to 18th August 1973, with Diane Todd in the title role again.
Book: Hal Shaper, Roy Harley Lewis
Lyrics: Hal Shaper
Music: Monty Stevens
Cast & Crew
|Adele Varens||Mary Williams|
|Bertha Rochester||Rafi Serafina|
|Blanche Ingram||Pamela Strong|
|Diana Rivers / Julia Temple||Virginia Minoprio|
|Edward Rochester||Terence Cooper|
|Frederick Ingram||Ian Burford|
|Grace Poole||Patricia Kerry|
|guest / servant||Simon Langton|
|guest / servant||Clifton Todd|
|Henry Ingram||Bryon O’Leary|
|Jane Eyre||Diane Todd|
|Lady Ingram||Bertha Russell|
|Lady Lynn||Gladys Bacon|
|Lord Ingram||Frederick Keen|
|Mary Rivers / orphan / Adele [temporary replacement]||Jenny Counsell|
|Mrs Fairfax||Jean Anderson|
|orphan / guest||Virginia Graham|
|orphan / guest||Sandra Hampton|
|orphan / guest||Chris Parry|
|orphan / guest||Prunella Ransome|
|Revd Wood / coachman||Malcolm Russell|
|Richard Mason||Tom Criddle|
|Sir George Lynn||Michael Miller|
|St John Rivers||Gary Hope|
|Assistant Producer||Joan Riley|
|Choreography by||Margaret Maxwell|
|Costumes designed by||William Winn|
|Orchestra Leader||Robert Lewin|
|Orchestrations and Musical Direction||Anthony Bowles|
|Production by||John Counsell|
|Settings constructed by||Norman Brown|
|Settings designed and painted by||Hal Henshaw|
|Settings painted by||Stage Decor|
|Settings painted by||Peter Gray|
|Stage Director||Bridget Thorold|
|Stage Manager||Ian Gray|
|Stage Manager||Simon Langton|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Patrick Moreton|
|Costumes made by||C & W May Ltd|
|Costumes made by||Greensleeves Ltd of Staines|
|Production Photographs||David Barry|
|Wigs by||Wig Creations|
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