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Afternoon Theatre

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Anna Barry as Anne Hathaway in Mistress Mine by JUDITH GICK
Heere lyeth interred the body of Anne, wife of William Shakespeare who departed this life the sixth day of August 1623 being the age of 67 years. What's the rest of it? '
' Can't you make it out? ' ' No. too difficult.'
In this radio version of her stage monologue, written for Anna Barry and first performed at the Edinburgh Festival In 1081, Judith Gick puts together historical fact and the internal evidence from Shakespeare's writing, to reconstruct the life and marriage of Anne Hathaway. with the voices of MICHAEL BILTON. RICHARD BUW. PAULINE SIDDLE
Music specially arranged by IAIN STEWART and played by IAIN STEWART (flUte)
SUZANNE BRAMSON (guitar) Directed by Richard IMISON Woddis On ... page 81

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Barry
Unknown: Anne Hathaway
Unknown: Judith Gick
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Anna Barry
Unknown: Judith Gick
Unknown: Anne Hathaway.
Unknown: Michael Bilton.
Unknown: Pauline Siddle
Arranged By: Iain Stewart
Flute: Iain Stewart
Guitar: Suzanne Bramson
Directed By: Richard Imison

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