Divorce Me, Darling!

Book, music and lyrics by Sandy Wilson

 

Tower Theatre, Canonbury
March 23rd - April 7th, 1979

Cast List

The Wives
Polly Brockhurst : Angela Jenkins
Maisie van Husen : Ninette Mordaunt
Dulcie Dubois : Toni Green
Nancy leBrun : Alison Maguire
Fay de la Falaise : Vivien Birks

The Husbands
The Hon Tony Brockhurst : Michael Dray
Bobby van Husen : Barry Wilson
Alphonse Dubois : Roger Embling
Pierre leBrun : Dominic Byrne
Marcel de la Falaise : Bob Hutt

Madame Dubonnet (alias Madame K) : Celia Reynolds
Percival Browne (alias Mr Jones) : Tom Tillery
Lord Brockhurst : Dennis Adams
Lady Brockhurst : Jackie Everett
Hannah van Husen, Bobby's sister : Maxine Howe
Sir Freddy ffotherington-ffitch : Bill Craig
Hortense, receptionist at the Hotel du Paradis : Anne Katz
M Gaston, manager of the Hotel du Paradis : Nigel Martin
Health & Beauty Girls : Cecelia Doublewick, Liane Schirmer, Prunella Oglethorpe, Jan Goodman, Felicity Bagworth Jane Francis
Solange, a maid : Sue Dray
Raoul, a waiter : John Brooking
President of Monomania : Ron Brooker
Manager of the Café Pataplon : Neil McAlister
Bellboy : John Brooking
Gendarme : Neil McAllister
American sailors : Jim McShane, Tim Horton, Nick Carr
Hotel guests, staff, holidaymakers and diners at the Café Pataplon : Maureen Seal, John Brooking, Helen Smith, Neil McAllister, Liane Schirm, Jim McShane, Jan Goodman, Tim Horton, Jane Francis, Nick Carr, Sue Dray

Divorce Me, Darling!


 

Divorce Me, Darling!


Production Team

Director : Noel Howard
Musical Director and Orchestrator : Terry Gore
assisted by Helen Simons
Set Design : John Dorsett
Lighting Design : Richard Walbancke
Costume Design : John Brooking
Choreography : John Wilson

Stage Manager : Guy Williams
ASMs : Amanda Johnston, Margaret Cherry
Lighting operators : Roger Woods, Stephen Hampshire, Kevin Sleep
Wardrobe : John Brooking, Eve Smith, Sean Kelly
Production Secretary : Jo Allain
Set construction : David Taylor, Alan Williams, Jeremy Hill, David Cannell, Ray Michaels, Denis Turner, Michael Antoniou, Ron Brooker, Sean Mulligan, Phillip Dustin, Quentin Withall, Diane Goldsmith