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' Castles in the Wind '


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In the Prologue (present day) :
Dick Dysart , Tim, Helen Van Ryn
In the Play (about 1654) :
Lady Oonagh Dysart
Murrough Dysart , her husband Maureen, a maid Mick, a servant Sally Reilly
Owen Reilly neighbours Lanty
Heron English soldiers
Pigott Boys , girls, attendants, etc.
Scene I, Lishane Castle
Scene 2, Cottage near the gate of Arigleehan
Scene 3, A barn at Arigleehan Scene 4, Arigleehan Castle Scene 5, Lishane Castle
The cast includes : Mervyn Stanley , Charles Owens , Mary Black , Ethel Lewis , Hilda Johnston , Fraser Mayne , James Stewart , Charlotte Tedlie , C. K. Ayre , Philip Tillard , J. S. N. Sewell, Winifred Murphy , and Kathleen Walshe
Produced by S. A. BULLOCH


Unknown: Dick Dysart
Unknown: Helen van Ryn
Unknown: Lady Oonagh Dysart
Unknown: Murrough Dysart
Unknown: Sally Reilly
Unknown: Owen Reilly
Unknown: Pigott Boys
Unknown: Mervyn Stanley
Unknown: Charles Owens
Unknown: Mary Black
Unknown: Ethel Lewis
Unknown: Hilda Johnston
Unknown: Fraser Mayne
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Charlotte Tedlie
Unknown: C. K. Ayre
Unknown: Philip Tillard
Unknown: Winifred Murphy
Unknown: Kathleen Walshe
Produced By: S. A. Bulloch

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