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Iolanthe - 1964

April 8 - 11, 1964

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre



Artistic Director: Allan D. Schreiber

Music Director: William J. Donahue


Technical Directors: Alan Carr and Bryan Crutcher

Choreography: Judith Riecker

Assistant to the Director: Marlene Bickel

Scene Designer: Paul Shortt

Costumes: Ann Correll (Chairman)

Lighting: Alan Carr (Chairman)

Mailing Lists: Jean Barnard

Make-up: Arthur Bakewell (Chairman)

Photography: James Galbraith

Props: Salli Kimberly (Chairman)

Programs: Paula Levy (Chairman)

Publicity: Esther Kauppila (Chairman)

Stage Manager: Tom Friedman

Technical Directors: Alan Carr, Bryan Crutcher

Tickets: Mayno Williams (Chairman)



 

The Lord Chancellor: John Allen

Lord Mountararat: Gershom Clark Morningstar

Lord Tolloller: James Galbraith

Private Willis (Of the Grenadier Guards): Michael Baad

Strephon (An Arcadian Shepard): Charles Sutherland

Queen of the Fairies:

Judy Reicker (WFSat- M)

Kathleen Kimmel (ThSat- Eve)

Iolanthe (A Fairy, Strephon's Mother)

Brenda Bencks (WFSat- M)

Edith Donahue (ThSat- Eve)

Celia: Anne Niitme

Leila: Susan Morris

Fleta: Susan Lerner

Phyllis (An Arcadian Shepherdess and Ward in Chancery): Diane Magaw

Lord Chancellor's Train Bearer: Don Nelson


CHORUS OF FAIRIES

Diane Beauchamp, Judy Becker, M. Kathleen Cole, Mary Ann Drach,

* Andree Garner, * Suzy Geffen, Carla Globe, Claudia Kesler, Margaret Lamb,

* Paula Levy,* Carole Markeson, Jodi McIvor, Sidni Schwaneke, Meredith

Seapy, Linda Shur

* Dancers


CHORUS OF PEERS

Bob Allerton, Nick Batch, Bob Beauchamp, Curt Blanding, Fred Bookstein, Art

Gulick, Sami Ralaby, Dick Razzard, Tom McCarty, Robert Miller, Don Nelson,

Tim Parrish, Tom Petiet, Alan Shulman, Jay Starkoff, Fred Webb

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