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DANTON'S DEATH

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Georg Biichner 's tragedy newly translated from the German by VICTOR PRICE with Other parts played by: Alaric Cotter Jan Edwards , Marjorie Westbury Peter Baldwin , Brian Haines Peter Pratt , Ralph Truman
Antony Viccars , Francis de Wolff
Music selected from the works of C. P. E. Bach and played by LIONEL SALTER on a contemporary piano at the Colt Clavier Collection, Bethersden
Produced by MARTIN ESSLIN
Ronald Pickup Is a National Theatre Player
See page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Georg Biichner
Unknown: Victor Price
Played By: Alaric Cotter
Played By: Jan Edwards
Played By: Marjorie Westbury
Played By: Peter Baldwin
Played By: Brian Haines
Played By: Peter Pratt
Played By: Ralph Truman
Unknown: Antony Viccars
Unknown: Francis de Wolff
Unknown: C. P. E. Bach
Played By: Lionel Salter
Produced By: Martin Esslin
Danton: Joss Ackland
Robespierre: Kenneth Haigh
Ronald Pickup us: St Just
Julie: Joan Miller
Marion: Glenda Jackson
Camille Desmoulins: David Spenser
Legendre: Michael Deacon
Hérault-Séchelles: Frederick Treves
Lacroix: John Pullen
Philippeau: Peter Williams
Fabre d'Eglantine: Michael Spice
Mercier: Malcolm Hayes
Tom Payne: John Bentley
Barere: Hector Ross
Collot d'Herbois: Godfrey Kenton
Billaud-Varennes: John Bryning
Chaumette: Wilfrid Carter
Foufluier-Tinville, the public prosecutor.: Rolf Lefesvre
Amar: John Wyse
Vouland: Michael Spice
Herman, Judge of the Revolution ary Tribunal: John Baddeley
Simon, a retired Prompter: Lockwood West
Simon's wife: Hilda Kriseman
Laflotte: Nicholas Edmett
General Dillon: Wilfred Carter
Lucile Desmoulins: Gretta Gouriet
Rosalie: Pauline Letts
Adelaide: Kathleen Helme
Narrator: Denis McCarthy

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