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Dorothy

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A Pastoral Comedy Opera, in Three Acts
Written by B. C. STEPHENSON (Revised by AVALON COLLARD)
Music by ALFRED CELLIER
Characters Chorus of Villagers. Guests, Hunts men and Great-Grandmothers
Act I : The Hop-Pole Inn and Gardens (Morning) ACT II: Chanticleer Hail (The Same
ACT III : The Round Coppice (The
Next Morning)
The action takes place in Kent, in October, 1740
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA and the WIRELESS CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON The entire production under the direction of CECIL LEWIS

Contributors

Written By: B. C. Stephenson
Music By: Alfred Cellier
Sir John Bantam (' The Squire ' of Chanticleer Hall): Robert Chignell
Geoffrey Wilder (His Nephew, a London Gallant): Robert Naylor
Harry Sherwood (Wilder's Friend): George Baker
John Tuppitt (Landlord of the ' Hop-Pole '): Harry Brindle
William Lurcher (A Sheriff's Officer): Leonard Henry
'Tom Strutt (A Young Fanner): John Armstrong
Dorothy Bantam (Sir John's Daughter): Mavis Bennett
Lydia Hawthorne (Her Cousin): Elsie Otley
Phyllis Tuppitt (The Landlord's Daughter): Esther Coleman
Lady Betty (A Spinster): Jean Allistone
Mrs. Privett (A Widow): Dora Gregory

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