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The Pirates of Penzance (1966)

or The Slave of Duty

Performed at: Renold Theatre, UMIST

Cast

Major General Stanley
Ian Hamilton
Pirate King
David Cocker
Samuel (his Lieutenant)
John Harrington
Frederic (the Pirate Apprentice)
Graham Wilks
Sergeant of Police
Howard Totty
Mabel (one of General Stanley's Daughters)
Kathleen Wilks
Edith (one of General Stanley's Daughters)
Helen Bell
Kate (one of General Stanley's Daughters)
Denise Johnson
Isobel (one of General Stanley's Daughters)
Juliet Hole
Ruth (a Pirate Maid of all wark (sic))
Sarah Smith
 
General Stanley's Daughters
Christine Chabert, Leslie Cook, Angela Golden, Barbara Gross, Shirley Gush, Jill Hodgson, Eve Junor, Marilyn Kissack, Sally Lambert, Joan Paton, Pamela Radmore, Jenny Senior, Margaret Sidebotham, Jennifer Smith, Ann Street, Christine Taylor, Judith Wardle, Shirley Weston
Pirates and Policemen
N. Allen, C. M. Crewe, R. Hamilton, S. Hodkinson, J. Humphreys, M. James, I. Johnston, M. Langford, C. Mee, D. Parker, P. Richards, P. J. Scott, J. Tomlinson, I. Tovey, M. Wade, G. Webb, P. Wiles

Production

Producer
Ted Williams
Musical Director
John Crosdale
House Manager
Richard Merrin
Stage Manager
Peter Kazer
Assistant Stage Managers
Richard Charnock-Smith, Mike Wade
Wardrobe
Juliet Hole
Make-up
Mary Holloway
Tickets
Charles Mee
Accompanist
Mike Harris
Chorus Master
Clifford Crewe
Assistant Conductor
John Bethel
Costumes
S. B. Watts & Co.

Notes

Production Notes

The Opera is set in 1877.

ACT I

Sea shore on the coast of Cornwall

ACT II

Ruined Chapel

Music

 
Complete recordings of this show (and all from 1964 onwards) can be purchased on CD from Mike Harris, our Society Archivist
 
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