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The Sea Voyage
A play in three parts by CAREY HARRISON. With and 1: Voyamaluco! (pupils of Dulwich College)
Directed by JANE MORGAN
* See David Gillard , left


Unknown: Carey Harrison.
Music By: Stephen Warbeck
Played By: Ian Davies
Played By: Michael Gregory
Played By: Keith Thompson
Directed By: Jane Morgan
Unknown: David Gillard
Juan Hurtado de la Vega: Philip Voss
Simon Perez: John McAndrew
Manilius: Norman Rodway
Bernaldez: Trevor Peacock
Santiago de Morga: Norman Jones
Melchior Aleman: Struan Rodger
Fray Alejandro de la Cueva: David Sinclair
Alonso Niño: Joe Dunlop
Tomas de Galvez: Donald Gee
Peralonso Mendez: Christopher Good
Irish Steve: Ken Cumberlidge
Pepper Pod: Sam Dale
Don Felipe: Sam Dale
Suleiman. .: Sam Dale
Charles V: Francis Middleditch
Recruiting officer: William Simons
Whores/Ladies of the court: Alice Arnold
Whores/Ladies of the court: Jo Kendall
Whores/Ladies of the court: Marcia King
Whores/Ladies of the court: Joan Walker
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Oliver Basiley
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Nicholas Biskins
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Stephen Evans
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Alan Forster
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Simon Mead
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Alexis Roxborough
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: Clive Samways
Schoolboys/Orphan boys: James Thomas
Sand clock boy: Clive Samways

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