by Laurence Housman & Harley Granville-Barker


Tavistock Little Theatre
January 15 - 16, 1937


Pierrot : Alec Powis
Scaramel, his servant : Patrick Leinster

Mummers :
Hawk : Eric Allen
Kennel : Pat James
Callow : Jack Newmark
Mouth : Henry Wilkins
Doll : Dorothy Frazer-Nash
Romp : Pat O'Connor
Tawdry : Barbara Oliver
Coquette : Billie Harcourt

, a hired singer : Hugh Evans
Prunella : Renée Ascherson
Prim : Dorothy Fox
Prude : Ailsa McCulloch
Privacy : Constance Fecher
Queer, their servant : Elizabeth Starling
1st Gardener : Leslie Mansell
2nd Gardener : Rowland White
3rd Gardener : Wilfred Sultan
Boy : Jack Richman
Love : Jane Kaye

Production Team

Director : Osmond Raphael
Set Design : Guy (painted by Beatrice Hirschfeld)
Orchestra under the direction of John Hollingsworth

It is regretted that owing to the epidemic of influenza, the play will be presented without orchestral accompaniment.
We are indebted to Miss Diana Mendelsohn for undertaking the incidental music on the piano at extremely short notice.
Also we are deeply grateful to Mr J Hamilton Cook who has undertaken the Tenor's song without rehearsal.

Stage Manager for Theatre : E D Chapman
Stage Manager for Company : John Arbib
Set construction under direction of Aubrey Sharr