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A documentary that tells two stories; one a success, the other a bloody failure. It watches a stage production grow, from first rehearsal to first night, and at the same time follows the course of a rebellion, from the Duke of Monmouth's early hope of a Protestant crown to a conclusion in massacre and execution.
Members of the Northcott Theatre, Exeter:
Other parts played by: Erica Allen , Murray Brown
Susan Carpenter , Valerie Minifie Michael Murray , Charles Savage Philip Sayer , Terence Wilton
Stage production written by JACK EMERY
Stage direction and songs by TERRY PALMER
Produced by COLIN THOMAS from the South and West


Played By: Erica Allen
Played By: Murray Brown
Unknown: Susan Carpenter
Unknown: Valerie Minifie
Unknown: Michael Murray
Unknown: Charles Savage
Unknown: Philip Sayer
Unknown: Terence Wilton
Read By: Amanda Tneunissen
Written By: Jack Emery
Songs By: Terry Palmer
Produced By: Colin Thomas
Duke of Monmouth: Robin Chadwick
James II: Tony Church
Catherine of Braganza: Lesley Joseph
Judge Jeffreys: Alba
Lady Alice Lisle: Cherry Morris
James Dunne: Paul Starr

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