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'St. Paul' by GEOFFREY DEARMER

Synopsis

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Produced by ROBIN WHITWORTH
Adapted by the author from the historical play of that name
Characters
Kritias "t
Aristion [(Christians)
Lemnia, his sisterj
Saul, afterwards
Paul Ananias }(Jewish Chtistizm)
Zabad Peter
Barnabas Tertius (Paul's servant) Luke
A Jailor
The cast includes : Peter Trevelyan ; John Kevan ; Sheila Gray ; Martin Lewis ; Rollo Gamble; Brember Wills; Philip Thornley ; Grenville Eves ;
Howard Gee
Scenes:
I. Damascus. Outside the house of Judas, in the Street called Straight
A.D. 36. Morning
II. Antioch. A room in a house
A.D. 49. Evening
III. Rome. A cell in the Career
A.D. 65. Morning

Contributors

Produced By: Robin Whitworth
Unknown: Paul Ananias
Unknown: Zabad Peter
Unknown: Barnabas Tertius
Unknown: Peter Trevelyan
Unknown: John Kevan
Unknown: Sheila Gray
Unknown: Martin Lewis
Unknown: Philip Thornley
Unknown: Grenville Eves






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