Event King Henry V
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Venue Little Theatre, Adelaide, SA
First Date 22 July 1981
Last Date 8 August 1981
Dates Estimated No
Status Amateur
World Premiere No
Description The repeated stress by the Chorus on the Incongruity, the gap between what spectators actually see and what they imagine, focuses on general problems of representation in the theatre.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Test Elizabethan
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Malcolm Calder Actor Bardolph / Williams
Derek Clark Actor Grey / Rambures
Brian Coghlan Actor Canterbury / Erpingham / Burgundy
Patricia Doyle Actor Fluellen
Piers Duncan Actor King Henry
John Edge Actor Dauphin
Julianne English Actor Bedford / Queen Isabel / Gower
Chris Hanna Actor Exeter
Jane Henderson Actor Westmorland / Katherine
Michelle Koerner Actor Scroop / Britaine / Alice / Court
Penelope Leach Actor Constable of France
Jo Peoples Actor Hostess
Anna Pike Actor Chorus
Amanda Rogers Actor Boy
Geraldine Smedley Actor Nym / Bates
Michael Speck Actor Cambridge / Orleans
Michael Steer Actor Pistol
Simon Trumble Actor Ely / French King
Lincoln Tyner Actor Mountjoy
Alison Dunn Assistant Stage Manager
Gillian Minervini Assistant Stage Manager
Marjorie Swift Costume Assistant
Brenda Wakefield Costume Assistant
Louise Wakefield Costume Designer
Graham Nerlich Director
Peter Bevan Front of House
Melinda Boston Front of House
Edwin Relf Front of House
Peter Wood Front of House
Caroline Marquis Lighting Operator
Shane McNeil Lighting Operator
Gerald Laurence Photographer
William Shakespeare Playwright
William Shakespeare Playwright
Ray Swift Producer
Liz Campbell Properties Master
Margaret Rose Publicist
Geraldine Moore Set and/or Property Maker
Helen Moore Set and/or Property Maker
Bill Field Set Designer
Sarah Laurence Set Designer
George Galloway Sound Operator/Engineer
Digby Gifford Sound Operator/Engineer
Phil Grummet Special Effects
Colin Mann Stage Manager
Resources
Works
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme Barr Smith Special Collection
Event Identifier 81422