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Tales from Landshut

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A tragicomedy by MARTIN SPERR translated from the German by ANTHONY VIVIS with Rupert Davies , Norman Shelley and Kerry Francis
A vivid picture of post-war Germany in the grip of the economic miracle. The time is 1958. the place the old town of Landshut in Bavaria.
Martin Sperr, who was born in 1944. wrote the play in 1967. Adapted for radio and produced by MARTIN ESSLIN

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Sperr
Unknown: Anthony Vivis
Unknown: Rupert Davies
Unknown: Norman Shelley
Unknown: Kerry Francis
Duced By: Martin Esslin
Narrator: Vernon Joyner
Otto Laiper, builder: Norman Shelley
Marha, his wife: Miriam Margolyes
Sorm his elder son: Kerry Francis
Glasp, his younger son: Sion Probert
Robert Groetzinger a rivalbuilder: Rupert Davies
Sieglinde Groetzinger, his daughter, engaged to Sorm: Diana Bishop
Veit, Marha Laiper's brother: Terry Scully
Mrs Ringswandel, the landlady of the local inn: Hilda Schroder
Pfanzelt, Groetzinger's foreman: Brian Haines
Haertl, Laiper's foreman: William Sleigh
Fuhrmann, a building labourer: Anthony Hall
Doctor: Rolf Lefebvre
Rita, a hairdresser: Sandra Clark

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