Folie Franchise

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Title

Folie Franchise

Description

A programme for a drama performed at the No 4 Instructors' School (EVT)

Date

1945-07-20

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Format

Two double sided typewritten sheets

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MHayhurstJM2073102-170725-470001, MHayhurstJM2073102-170725-470002

Transcription

Devised and Directed by Robert G. Newton.
Decors & Costumes by Hart & Jose Hayhurst. [symbol]
Musical Director Margaret Kerslake.

[underlined] ORCHESTRA & CHOIR. [/underlined]
Margaret Kerslake, Dorothea Griffiths, Audrey Cover,
Joan Jenkins, Carry Cann, Judy Northrop, [symbol]
Frankie Sakula, [symbol] Ian Huggan, Hubert Illingsworth.

Stage Manager : Pamela Davies.
Assistant Stage Manager : Arthur Ball.
Assistant Producer : Woolf Okin.
Press Representative : Moyra Impey.
Lighting : Alan Phillips.
General Manager : Richard Agate.

The Drama Group wish to thank the various friends who have helped to make this production possible.

[page break]

NO.4.INSTRUCTORS’ SCHOOL (E.VT.)
[underlined] ROYAL AIR FORCE, BARTON HALL. [/underlined]

THE DRAMA GROUP OF COURSE NO.13

PRESENTS

“FOLIE FRANCHISE”

20th JULY 1945.

[page break]

[underlined] “FOLIE FRANCHISE” [/underlined]

[underlined] A VOTER’S VAUDEVILLE [/underlined]

Book by : Richard Agate, John Bathe, [symbol]
Robert G. Newton & Charles Pack.
Music by : Bach, Tchaikovsky, Noel Coward,
Leslie Stuart and Others.

LITTLE MAN Charles Pack.
VOICE Tom Capstick.

[underlined] PART ONE. [/underlined]

[underlined] Scene One – 1830. [/underlined]
Nabob – Denys Crowther.
Planter – Johnnie Walker. [symbol]
Landlord – Bob Foren. [symbol]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
Workers – Corps de Ballet.

[underlined] Scene Two – 1832. [/underlined]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
Wife – Helen Burdett-Holcroft
Son – Norman Welsh.
Daughter – Nan Lewis. [symbol]
Country Cousin – John Bathe. [symbol]
Chartists.

[underlined] Scene Three – 1867. [/underlined]
Dizzy – Denys Crowther.
Derby – Bob Foren [symbol]

[underlined] Scene Four – 1870. [/underlined]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
1st Political Highwayman – Robert Burrows.
2nd Political Highwayman – Woolf Okin.
Alluring Female – Margaret Riddiough.

[page break]

[underlined] Scene Five – 1884. [/underlined]
Country Cousin – John Bathe. [symbol]
Gladstone – Hubert Illingsworth
Farm Labourers – Corps de Ballet.

[underlined] PART TWO. [/underlined]

[underlined] Scene One – 1910 – 1918 [/underlined]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
Chief Suffragette – Dorothy Keevil.
Frilly Damzels –
Militant Suffragettes –

[underlined] Scene Two – 1928. [/underlined]
Waiter – Robert Burrows.
He – Johnnie Walker. [symbol]
She – Jennifer Murray.

[underlined] Scene Three – 1930 – 1940. [/underlined]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
His Dream – Corps de Ballet.

[underlined] Scene Four – 1945. [/underlined]
Little Man – Charles Pack.
Conservative – Denys Crowther.
Liberal – Johnnie Walker. [symbol]
Labour – Bob Foren. [symbol]
Commonwealth – John Bathe. [symbol]

[underlined] CORPS DE BALLET. [/underlined] – Margaret Riddiough, Norah Kaul. Pamela Davies, Woolf Okin, Norman Welsh

[underlined] WORKERS, CHARTISTS, FRILLY DAMZELS, SUFFRAGETTES ETC. [/underlined]
Margaret Riddiough, Norah Kaul,
Pamela Davies, Nannette Shipton,
Christine Teed, Moyra Impey

Citation

The Drama Group of Course No 13, “Folie Franchise,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 23, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/36015.

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