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The Dutch Curtezan


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by JOHN MARSTON adapted for radio by PETER BARNES
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCII
Fabulae Argumentum The difference betwixt the love of a Curtezan. and a wife, is the full scope of the Play, which intermixed with the deceits of a wittie Citie Jester, fils up the Comedie.
Directed by IAN COTTERELL (Repeal)


Unknown: John Marston
Unknown: Peter Barnes
Conducted By: Stephen Deutscii
Conducted By: Fabulae Argumentum
Directed By: Ian Cotterell
Young Freevill: Martin Jarvis
Francischina: Dilys Laye
Malheureux: Clive Francis
Beatrice: Tina Marian
Crispinella: Elizabeth Proud
Cocledemoy: Alan Rickman
Maister Mulligrub: Roy Kinnear
Caqueteur: John Warner
Tysefew: Michael Spice
Mary Faugh: Kathleen Helme
Holifernes Rains-Cure: Spencer Banks
Mistresse Mulligrub: Ann Beach
Putifer: Peggy Paige
Maister Burnish: Ronald Herdman
Lionell: Stuart Organ
Sir Lionell Freevill: Ronald Herdman
Sir Hubert Subboys: John Livesey

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The Dutch Curtezan

BBC Radio 3, 19 June 1983 19.05

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