By Hugh Mills. Directed by Noel Rands.
Family feuds, mistaken identity and true love abound when Mrs Fauntleroy attempts to enlighten her now 25 year old married son – the ‘Little Lord’ – on the facts of life.
Her hilarious efforts are complicated by mistaken identity, a poisoned teacup and a parlour maid’s naughty novels in this comedy of Victorian manners.
The play is set in the drawing room of Lord Fauntleroy’s country house, not far from London.
Time: Summer, about 1888.
Burton: Ruth Aylward
Dearest: Susan Adam
Cedric, Lord Fauntleroy: Robert Chambers
Lettice: Jessica Webb
Violet, Comtesse de Chaumont: Samantha Ellery
Furse: Peter Atkinson
Molyneux, Earl of Dorincourt: Ray Harris
Sir Pomeroy Pomeroy-Jones: John Oakenfull
Eustace Pomery-Jones: Jules Ross
Stage Director: John Heather
Lighting Design: David Hart
Sound Design: Jon Lewis
Set construction: John Heather, Andrew Heather, T62 members
Set Descor: Adrian Pope, T62 members
Backcloth: Jenny Elgar
Stage Manager: Sally Guttridge
Asst Stage Manager: Pieter Jan Swinge
Sound Assistant: Sharon Fowler
Props: Sally Guttridge
Wardrobe: Margaret Uzzell
Make -Up & hair: Jean Golder, Christine Lever, Penny Vetterlein
Prompt: Rosemary Harris
House Manager: John Heather
Refreshments: Nina James
Raffle: Beryl Neal
Box Office: Margaret Uzzell
Poster/programme design: Graham Copeland
Programme Editor: John Guttridge