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GENEVA ENGLISH DRAMA SOCIETY

COMPLETE PRODUCTION HISTORY

1933/34   SEE NAPLES AND DIE, by Elmer Rice. Producer: Neil Little.

I LIVED WITH YOU, by Ivor Novello.

THE ROYAL FAMILY, by Geo. Kaufmann & Edna Ferber.

ALIBI, by Michael Morton.

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, by Oliver Goldsmith. Producer: John Palmer.

WHEN CRUMMLES PLAYED.

1934/35   THE GREEN GODDESS, by William Archer. Producer: H. St. George Saunders.

THE MASK AND THE FACE, by C. B. Fernald. Producer: Neil Little.

THE PIERROTS.

THE VALIANT, by Hall & Middlemass. Producer: Jessie Potter.

SQUARING THE CIRCLE, by Valentin Kataev. Producer: Ainsworth Johnstone.

1935/36   ANDROCLES AND THE LION, by G. Bernard Shaw.

LONDON WALL, by John van Druten. Producer: Neil Little.

TWO GENTLEMEN OF SOHO, by A. P. Herbert. Producer: Ainsworth Johnstone.

THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS, by G. Bernard Shaw. Producer: Ibbetson James

1936/37   AWAKE AND SING, by Clifford Odets. Producer: Philip Drummond Thompson.

DISTINGUISHED GATHERING, by James Parish. Producer: H. St. George Saunders & A. D. Meurig Evans.

TAKE TWO FROM ONE, by G. & M. Martinez Sierra. Producer: Cyril Kerr.

MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL, by T. S. Eliot. Producer: Neil Little.

1937/38   LOVER’S LEAP, by Philip Johnson.

MURDER INTENDED, by Francis Beeding.

THE ASCENT OF F.6, by W. H. Auden & C. Isherwood.

1938/39  *PARADISE ENOW, by James Bridie. Producer: Mrs. Read.

GENEVA, by G. Bernard Shaw. Producer: Neil Little.

YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, by Hart & Kaufmann. Producer: Jessie Potter.

1939/40   TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL, by James Bridie. Producer: P. Drummond Thompson.

1949/50   THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, by Thornton Wilder. Producer: Peter Oser.

1950/51   OUR TOWN, by Thornton Wilder. Producer: Arthur Klein.

1951/52   THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN, by Emlyn Williams. Producer: Hugh Miller.

1952/53   HIS EXCELLENCY, by Dorothy & Campbell Christie. Producer: Arthur Hemstock.

THE COCKTAIL PARTY, by T. S. Eliot. Producer: Donald Bain.

1953/5*THE TWELVE-POUND LOOK, by James Barrie & *A PHOENIX TOO FREQUENT, by Christopher Fry. Producer: Donald Bain.

HEARTBREAK HOUSE, by G. Bernard Shaw. Producer: C. B. Purdom.

THE CHILDREN’S HOUR, by Lillian Hellman. Producer: Jules Mandel.

1954/55   GEORGE AND MARGARET, by Gerald Savory. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

THE SEAGULL, by Anton Chekhov. Producer: Alan Dent.

THE CIRCLE, by W. Somerset Maugham. Producer: Hugh Miller.

HOME AT SEVEN, by R. C. Sheriff. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1955/56   OUTWARD BOUND, by Sutton Vane. Producer: John Page.

CANDIDA, by G. Bernard Shaw. Producer: Richard Morris.

1956/57   I HAVE BEEN HERE BEFORE, by J. B. Priestley. Producer: John Page.

THE WHITE SHEEP OF THE FAMILY, by L. du Garde Peach & Ian Hay. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

THE DEEP BLUE SEA, by Terence Rattigan. Producer: John Page.

1957/58   TOMORROW’S CHILD, by John Coates. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

THE LIGHT OF HEART, by Emlyn Williams. Producer: Hugh Miller.

CAPTAIN CARVALLO, by Dennis Carman. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1958/59   DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY, by Aberto Casella & Walter Ferris. Producer: Erling Vidlin.

VENUS OBSERVED, by Christopher Fry. Producer: John Page.

THE MATCHMAKER, by Thornton Wilder. Producer: Eve Whyte.

LOOK BACK IN ANGER, by John Osborne. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1959/6VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET, by Gore Vidal. Producer: Eve Whyte.

ANNE OF THE THOUSAND DAYS, by Maxwell Anderson. Producer: Betsy Savage.

TONIGHT AT 8:30, by Noël Coward. Producer: John Copland.

SUMMER OF THE 17TH DOLL, by Ray Lawler. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1960/6I AM A CAMERA, by John van Druten. Producer: Betsy Savage.

DIAL M FOR MURDER, by Frederick Knott. Producer: Betsy Savage.

THE CHALK GARDEN, by Enid Bagnold. Producer: Betsy Savage.

FLOWERING CHERRY, by Robert Bolt. Producer: Erling Vidlin.

1961/6YOUR OBEDIENT SERVANT, by Diana Morgan. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, by Oliver Goldsmith. Producer: Eve Whyte.

THE HAPPY HAVEN, by John Arden. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1962/6THE CONSTANT WIFE, by W. Somerset Maugham. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

GASLIGHT, by Patrick Hamilton. Producer: Richard Morris.

FIVE FINGER EXERCISE, by Peter Shaffer. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1963/64   SEPARATE TABLES, by Terence Rattigan. Producers: Arthur Prandle & Margaret Keep.

THE JANUS CASE, by Howard King. Producer: Desmond Cole-Baker.

ARMS AND THE MAN, by G. Bernard Shaw. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1964/65   EPITAPH FOR GEORGE DILLON, by John Osborne. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

YES AND NO, by Kenneth Horne. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1965/66   *THE PRIVATE EYE & *THE PUBLIC EAR, by Peter Shaffer. Producers: Arthur Prandle & Pieter Roebers.

COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS, by Ronald Jeans. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

THE LATE EDWINA BLACK, by Dinner & Morum. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1966/67   THE BIRTHDAY PARTY, by Harold Pinter. Producer: John Hellon.

PRESENT LAUGHTER, by Noël Coward. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1967/68   BREATH OF SPRING, by Peter Coke. Producer: Philip Thompson.

THE GRASS IS GREENER, by Hugh & Margaret Williams. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1968/69   THE ANNIVERSARY, by Bill MacIlwraith. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

1969/70   THE RIGHT HONOURABLE GENTLEMAN, by Bradley Dyne. Producer: Rod Price.

*BLACK COMEDY, by Peter Shaffer. Producer: Richard Morris.

THE HOTEL IN AMSTERDAM, by John Osborne. Producer: Arthur Prandle.

LITTLE BOXES, by John Bowen. Producer: Barrie Philpot.

1970/71   LOOT, by Joe Orton. Producer: John Copland.

BILLY LIAR, by K. Waterhouse & Willis Hall. Producer: Rod Price.

NOT NOW, DARLING, by Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Producer: Barrie Philpot.

1971/72   COME AS YOU ARE, by John Mortimer. Producer: Barrie Philpot.

THE COMPLAISANT LOVER, by Graham Greene. Producer: Chris Bulloch.

1972/73   THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, by Jay Presson Allen. Producer: Barrie Philpot.

LYSISTRATA, by Aristophanes. (40th Anniversary Production). Director: David Bargman.

WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, by Edward Albee. Director: Chris Bulloch.

*LORD BYRON’S LOVE LETTER, by Tennessee Williams. Directors: Suzanne Butler & Tim Hancox.

*THE ROOM, by Harold Pinter. Director: Frank Harling.

*A PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE, by Anton Chekhov. Director: Thelma Harling.

1973/74   TWELFTH NIGHT, by William Shakespeare. Director: Frank Harling.

WAITING FOR GODOT, by Samuel Beckett. Director: Anthony Hunt.

*THE SHEWING-UP OF BLANCO POSNET, by G. Bernard Shaw. Director: Max Wenner.

*THE LORD’S WILL, by Paul Green. Director: Lee Swepston.

*MR. HUNTER, by Stuart Ready. Director: Dorothy Glass.

RELATIVELY SPEAKING, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Chris Bulloch.

1974/75   OLD TIMES, by Harold Pinter. Directors: Chris Bulloch & Peter Tallon.

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, by William Shakespeare. Director: Thelma Harling.

MOVE OVER MRS. MARKHAM, by Ray Cooney & John Chapman. Director: Barrie Philpot.

J. B., by Archibald MacLeish. Director: Lee Swepston.

THE RAPE OF THE BELT, by Benn W. Levy. Director: Malcolm Lakin.

*ALAS POOR FRED, by James Saunders & *SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER, by Tennessee Williams.

Directors: Felicity Russel & Lorraine O’Hara.

1975/76  MARAT/SADE, by Peter Weiss. Directors: Chris Bulloch & Lorraine O’Hara.

ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE, by Joe Orton. Director: Peter Tallon.

THE CRUCIBLE, by Arthur Miller. Director: Frank Harling.

LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS, by Neil Simon. Director: Lorraine O’Hara.

1976/77 HOTEL PARADISO, by Georges Feydeau & Maurice Desvallières. Director: Chris Bulloch.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare. Director: Thelma Harling.

BUTLEY, by Simon Gray. Director: Jean Navassardian.

ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Barrie Philpot.

1977/78  BLITHE SPIRIT, by Noël Coward. Directors: Jim Flux & Jean Navassardian.

KING RICHARD THE THIRD, by William Shakespeare. Directors: Chris Bulloch & Jean Navassardian.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, by Oscar Wilde. Director: Jennie Aron.

*BLACK COMEDY, by Peter Shaffer. Director: Richard Walsh.

*THE DOCK BRIEF, by John Mortimer. Director: Robin Page.

1978/79   JOHN BROWN’S BODY, by Stephen Vincent Benet. Directors: Lee Swepston & Hilary Swenson.

BINGO, by Edward Bond. Director: Peter Tallon.

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL, by R. B. Sheridan. Directors: Jim & Jean Flux.

THE SECRETARY BIRD, by William Douglas Home. Director: Tim Hancox.

BAREFOOT IN THE PARK, by Neil Simon. Director: Helen Estinel.

1979/80  ANTIGONE, by Jean Anouilh. Director: Hilary Swenson.

THE CIRCLE, by W. Somerset Maugham. Director: Michael Deacon.

WAIT UNTIL DARK, by Frederick Knott. Director: Richard Walsh.

*27 WAGONS FULL OF COTTON, by Tennessee Williams. Director: Lee Swepston.

1980/81  BEDROOM FARCE, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Barrie Philpot.

THE CHANGELING, by Thomas Middleton & William Rowley. Director: Peter Tallon.

OTHERWISE ENGAGED, by Simon Gray. Director: Tim Hancox.

*NEXT, by Terrence McNally. Director: Quinn Monahan & *CRAWLING ARNOLD, by Jules Feiffer. Director: Nita Kentopp.

1981/82  HOME, by David Storey. Director: Jean Navassardian.

A HANDFUL OF FRIENDS, by David Williamson. Director: Trevor Findlay.

UNCLE VANYA, by Anton Chekhov. Director: Anthony Cornish.

THE DEEP BLUE SEA, by Terence Rattigan. Director: Lee Swepston.

1982/83 (50th Anniversary Season) PRESENT LAUGHTER, by Noël Coward. Director: Tim Hancox.

SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, by Oliver Goldsmith. Director: Jenny Buffle.

THE TEMPEST, by William Shakespeare. Director: Jean Flux.

SERGEANT MUSGRAVE’S DANCE, by John Arden. Director: Tim Goodyear.

THE GLASS MENAGERIE, by Tennessee Williams. Director: Lee Swepston.

*HOME, by David Storey. Director: Jean Navassardian.

1983/84  DIRTY LINEN & NEW-FOUND-LAND by Tom Stoppard. Director: Peter Tallon

THE ROYAL HUNT OF THE SUN, by Peter Shaffer. Director: Chris Bulloch.

HEDDA GABLER, by Henrik Ibsen/John Osborne. Director: David Manley.

THE COUNTRY WIFE, by William Wycherley. Director: Alan Simmance.

*THE OLD COUNTRY, by Alan Bennett. Director: Tim Hancox.

1984/85  HABEAS CORPUS, by Alan Bennett. Directors: Doris Biles & Barry Gilbert-Miguet.

SEE HOW THEY RUN, by Philip King. Director: Lee Swepston.

A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGED, by Emlyn Williams. Directors: Jim Flux & Peter Cole-Baker.

THE HEIRESS, by Ruth & Augustus Goetz. Director: Tim Hancox.

1985/86  HAY FEVER, by Noël Coward. Director: Kelvin Widdows.

OLD TIMES, by Harold Pinter. Director: Alan Simmance.

FLAREPATH, by Terence Rattigan. Director: Ann Oakley.

TABLE MANNERS, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Jean Navassardian.

1986/87  BILLY LIAR, by K. Waterhouse & Willis Hall. Director: Tim Hancox.

GHOSTS, by Henrik Ibsen. Director: Ann Oakley.

ENTER A FREE MAN, by Tom Stoppard. Director: Doris Biles.

*MIXED DOUBLES, by John Bowen & Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Rowena Flux.

DEATH OF A SALESMAN, by Arthur Miller. Director: Howard Hornfeld.

1987/88  LLOYD GEORGE KNEW MY FATHER, by William Douglas Home. Director: Rowena Flux.

JOKING APART, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Jenny Buffle.

THE DRESSER, by Ronald Harwood. Director: Lee Swepston.

RING ROUND THE MOON, by Jean Anouilh/Christopher Fry. Director: Kelvin Widdows.

*BAZAAR AND RUMMAGE, by Sue Townsend. Director: Doris Biles.

1988/89  PACK OF LIES, by Hugh Whitemore. Director: Tim Hancox.

*THE TYPISTS, by Murray Schisgal. Director: Aline Dedeyan & *THE TWELVE-POUND LOOK, by J. M. Barrie. Director: Thérèse Draper.

THE LION IN WINTER, by James Goldman. Director: Ann Oakley.

PRIVATE LIVES, by Noël Coward. Director: Julian Finn.

1989/90  ABSENT FRIENDS, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Ann Stutfield.

*’NIGHT, MOTHER, by Marsha Norman. Director: Howard Hornfeld.

WATCH IT, SAILOR! by Philip King & Falkland Cary. Director: Doris Biles.

1990/91  LORD ARTHUR SAVILE’S CRIME, by Oscar Wilde/Constance Cox. Director: Tim Hancox.

NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH, by Ayn Rand. Director: Ann Oakley.

THE CHERRY ORCHARD, by Anton Chekhov. Director: Alan Simmance.

1991/92  *FEST, Festival of English Speaking Theatre in Switzerland, Alhambra (GEDS Entry, *THE BET, by Miles

Malleson/Anton Chekhov. Director: Anna Sudnik.)

OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR, by Joan Littlewood. Director: Julian Finn.

THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE, by Bertolt Brecht. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

WHEN WE ARE MARRIED, by J. B. Priestley. Director: Richard Walsh.

*EQUAL TERMS, by Jill Hyem. Director: Jacques Arpin.

1992/93 (60th Anniversary) LETTICE AND LOVAGE, by Peter Shaffer. Director: Helen Estinel.

AMADEUS, by Peter Shaffer. Director: Ann Oakley.

KING LEAR, by William Shakespeare. Director: Diane Simmance.

CONFUSIONS, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Walter Acosta.

1993/94  OUT OF ORDER, by Ray Cooney. Director: Richard Hill.

*MOTHER FIGURE, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Walter Acosta.

MISALLIANCE, by G. Bernard Shaw. Director: Roy Hodgson.

SHAKERS, by John Godber & Jane Thornton. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, by Robert Bolt. Director: Ann Oakley.

1994/95  THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, by Oscar Wilde. Director: Tim Hancox.

AN INSPECTOR CALLS, by J. B. Priestley. Director: Walter Acosta.

STEPPING OUT, by Richard Harris. Director: Richard Hill.

OTHELLO, by William Shakespeare. Director: Ann Oakley.

*ONE FOR THE ROAD, by Harold Pinter. Director: Ann Oakley.

1995/96  BEYOND THERAPY, by Christopher Durang. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

ANTIGONE, by Sophocles/Taylor. Director: Walter Acosta.

WILL POWER, Shakespeare on Love and Conflict. Director: Lee Swepston.

CHARLEY’S AUNT, by W. Brandon Thomas. Director: Diane Simmance.

1996/97  DEATH AND THE MAIDEN, by Ariel Dorfman. Director: Ann Oakley.

ROUND AND ROUND THE GARDEN, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Jenny Buffle.

THE WAY OF THE WORLD, by William Congreve. Director: Walter Acosta.

THREE TALL WOMEN, by Edward Albee. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

*THE ARK, by Helen Griffin. Director: Anne Everett.

1997/98  RELATIVELY SPEAKING, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Alan Simmance.

THREE BIRDS ALIGHTING ON A FIELD, by Timberlake Wertenbaker. Director: Peter Tallon.

DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER, by Marc Camoletti/Robin Hawdon. Director: Richard Walsh.

ARCADIA, by Tom Stoppard. Director: Ann Oakley.

1998/99  ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST, by Dario Fo. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

A CHORUS OF DISAPPROVAL, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Tim Hancox.

BROKEN GLASS, by Arthur Miller. Director: Ann Oakley.

*FEATS: Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies, Forum Meyrin.

1999/00  PRELUDE TO A KISS, by Craig Lucas. Director: Anne Everett.

NUDE WITH VIOLIN, by Noël Coward. Director: Peter Tallon.

COMMUNICATING DOORS, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Jenny Buffle.

AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, by Henrik Ibsen/Arthur Miller. Director: Ann Oakley.

*MOONLIGHT ON WATER, by Neil-Jon Morphy. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

2000/01  TARTUFFE, by Molière/Ranjit Bolt. Director: Malcolm Grant.

NOISES OFF, by Michael Frayn. Director: Richard Walsh.

THE RIVALS, by R. B. Sheridan. Director: Frances Favre.

2001/02  GASPING, by Ben Elton. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

HADRIAN VII, by Peter Luke. Directors: Tim Hancox & Linda Krasker.

DAISY PULLS IT OFF, by Denise Deegan. Director: Malcolm Grant.

2002/03  FUNNY MONEY, by Ray Cooney. Director: Catherine Harari.

WAIT UNTIL DARK, by Frederick Knott. Director: Tom Grafton.

HABEAS CORPUS, by Alan Bennett. Director: Julian Finn.

*AN ENGLISHMAN ABROAD, by Alan Bennett. Director: Valerie Antonietti.

2003/04  BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS, by Neil Simon. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

*THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND, by Tom Stoppard. Director: Ann Oakley.

THE WOMAN IN BLACK, by Stephen Mallatratt & Susan Hill. Director: Diane Simmance.

THE SECOND MRS TANQUERAY, Arthur W. Pinero. Director: Linda Krasker.

2004/05  GYM AND TONIC, by John Godber. Director: Pat Butler

*MY IRISH PAL, by Charles Slovenski. Director: Charles Slovenski.

ART, by Yasmina Reza. Director: Patrizia Maselli.

AN IDEAL HUSBAND, by Oscar Wilde. Director: Jenny Buffle.

2005/06  ROLEPLAY, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Sue Humphreys.

THE SUNSHINE BOYS, by Neil Simon. Director: Frances Favre.

HUMBLE BOY, by Charlotte Jones. Director: Tim Hancox.

2006/07  RUN FOR YOUR WIFE, by Ray Cooney. Directors: Pam & Richard Walsh.

GOOD NIGHT DESDEMONA (GOOD MORNING JULIET), by Anne-Marie MacDonald. Director: Kareen Klein.

THREE SISTERS, by Anton Chekhov. Director: Patrizia Maselli.

2007/08 (75th Anniversary Season) BLITHE SPIRIT, by Noël Coward. Director: Charles Slovenski.

THE CONSTANT WIFE, by W. Somerset Maugham. Director: Jenny Buffle.

THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, by Tennessee Williams. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

2008/09   GAMEPLAN, by Alan Ayckbourn. Directors: Sue Humphreys & Beverley Rousset.

GASLIGHT, by Patrick Hamilton. Director: Frances Favre.

THE REAL THING, by Tom Stoppard. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

2009/10   IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY, by Ray Cooney. Director: Diane Simmance, assisted by Pam Walsh.

FALLEN ANGELS, by Noël Coward. Director: Charles Slovenski.

*SHAKERS, by John Godber and Jane Thornton. Director: Malcolm Grant.

THE CHALK GARDEN, by Enid Bagnold. Director: Jenny Buffle.

2010/11   QUARTET, by Ronald Harwood. Director: Tim Hancox.

EQUUS, by Peter Shaffer. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

*NO HOLDS BARD – THE TIES THAT BIND, by William Shakespeare. Director: Carey Van Driest.

*FEATS: Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies, Forum Meyrin

2011/12   A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE, by Arthur Miller. Director: Tim Hancox.

THE GLASS MENAGERIE, by Tennessee Williams. Director: Charles Slovenski.

COMIC POTENTIAL, by Alan Ayckbourn. Director: Malcolm Grant. (*Shortened version to FEATS)

2012/13   AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare. Director: Frances Favre.

GOD OF CARNAGE, by Yasmina Reza. Director: Charles Slovenski.

CALENDAR GIRLS, by Tim Firth. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

2013/14   LOOT, by Joe Orton. Director: Andrew Brookes.

THE LITTLE FOXES, by Lillian Hellman. Director: Charles Slovenski.

BABY WITH THE BATHWATER, by Christopher Durang. Director: Viki Lazar.

2014/15   MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, by William Shakespeare. Director: Ben Crystal.

DANCING AT LUGHNASA, by Brian Friel. Director: Charles Slovenski.

POPCORN, by Ben Elton. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

2015/16   PROOF, by David Auburn. Director: Frances Favre.

CAUGHT IN THE NET, by Ray Cooney. Director: Pam Walsh.

RABBIT HOLE, by David Lindsay-Abaire. Director: Tim Hancox.

*WORKING GIRL, by Béibhinn Regli. Director: Malcolm Grant.

*A BUSINESS-LIKE AFFAIR by Bill Lloyd. Director: Bill Lloyd.

2016/17   CRIMES OF THE HEART, by Beth Henley. Director: Christopher Bailey.

RELATIVE VALUES, by Noël Coward. Director: Charles Slovenski.

LOST IN YONKERS, by Neil Simon. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy. OUR TOWN, by Thornton Wilder. Director: Colin Paterson.

2017/18   OF MICE AND MEN, by John Steinbeck. Director: Christopher Bailey.

THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES, by Molière, trans. Ranjit Bolt. Director: Catherine Harari.

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, by Oscar Wilde. Director: Jenny Buffle.

2018/19   FRANKENSTEIN, by Nick Dear/Mary Shelley. Director: Christopher Bailey.

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S, by Richard Greenberg/Truman Capote. Director: Larry Wagner.

LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES, by Christopher Hampton. Director: Rick Vincent.

*METAMORPHOSIS OR LETTING NATURE TAKE ITS COURSE, by Gary Bird. Director: Berta Adell.

*’DENTITY CRISIS by Christopher Durang. Director: Andrea Ogbonna-James.

2019/20  DISGRACED, by Ayad Akhtar. Director: Charles Slovenski.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, by William Shakespeare. Director: Neil-Jon Morphy.

THE GREAT GATSBY, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, adapt. Simon Levy. Director: Christina Vasala Kokkinaki.

* denotes one-act plays: from 1980 sometimes for FEATS, the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies; twice taken on (1997 and 2019) to BAWF, the British All Winners Festival; from 2002 sometimes also a Charity performance.

List created and maintained by Tim Hancox, comments or questions to thancox@bluewin.ch