1966–1967 Season

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Hobson’s Choice

by Harold Brighouse

Performed 1966

The story is set in Salford in 1880. It bears many resemblances to the stories of Cinderella and King Lear including a deceased mother; three daughters, two of whom are pretty and frivolous, the third of whom is clever and hardworking; and a fairy godmother (Mrs. Hepworth).

Synopsis taken from Wikipedia.

Look After Lulu!

by Noel Coward after Georges Feydeau

Performed 1966

Look After Lulu! is a farce by Noël Coward, based on Occupe-toi d’Amélie! by Georges Feydeau. It is set in Paris in 1908. The central character is an attractive cocotte, Lulu, whose lover is called away on military service; the plot involves libidinous foreign royalty, a mock wedding that turns out to be real, people hiding under beds and in bathrooms, and a happy ending.

Synopsis taken from Wikipedia.

The Rehearsal

by Jean Anouilh

Performed 1967

The House of Bernarda Alba

by Federico Garcia Lorca

Performed 1967

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