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The Monday Play

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Errors of the Past by DIANA BISHOP with and 'I'm afraid my reaction to Barbara's call was that whatever family gathering she had in mind, I was well out of it. The whole incident passed completely from my memory.' Yet Thomas must not be forgotten. There are forces at work to deny that he ever existed. Is it possible for
Claudia to establish the right kind of truth about Thomas and about her own life?
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Bishop
Directed By: Richard Wortley
Claudia: Janet Maw
Spinner: Sean Barrett
Jimmy: Mick Ford
Barbara: Valerie Sarruf
Thomas: Simon Cuff
Vera: Diana Bishop
Edward/Grace Darling: Michael Deacon
Grace Abounding: Steven Harrold
Grace W G: Kim Wall
Miss Dean: Eva Stuart
Enriqué: Neville Jason

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