Muffin the Mule
with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings).
The Prodigal Son
by Jonquil Antony.
"A certain man had two sons ..." This is how the parable of the Prodigal Son begins. Jonquil Antony's play begins with the man, his sons, and a rich merchant who tempts them with gay tales of city life. The younger son Simeon believes the tales...
Presenter/songwriter (Muffin the Mule):
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule):
Writer (The Prodigal Son):
Settings (The Prodigal Son):
Producer (The Prodigal Son):
His son Abner:
His son Simeon:
Tamar, his wife:
Margot van Der
Leah, his daughter:
Silas, a rich merchant:
Alab, the family servant:
Two rich young men - Hazael:
Two rich young men - Zadek:
A comedy by Arthur W. Pinero.
[Starring] Andre Morell, Joyce Heron, Eileen Peel and Alan Wheatley
The action of the play takes place in the establishment of Sophie Fullgamey. manicurist and dispenser of articles for the toilet, 185 New Bond Street; in the 'Italian Garden' of Fauncey Court, Richmond; and in a boudoir and bedroom at Fauncey Court.
Time: during the London season of 1899
A young lady:
A middle-aged lady:
Frank Pollitt ('Valma'):
The Marquess of Quex:
Sir Chichester Frayne:
Julia, Countess of Owbridge:
Mrs Jack Eden:
The Duchess of Strood:
Three studies in hand-mime.
Seldom has a short television programme received such an immediate and warm response as Chin Yu's exposition last September of the curious and fascinating art of hand-mime. Chin Yu learned the ancient Indian art from Hadassah, a Jewish performer and teacher in New York. During the war she was interned in Hong Kong by the Japanese, repatriated on an American ship, and in San Francisco earned her living by typing. It was after the age of twenty that she trained as a dancer and as an actress. Her programme tonight includes two new studies and will end with her interpretation of the Twenty-third Psalm.
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