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Love's Labour's Lost

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by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
A Play of the Month presentation with Jeremy Brett , Martin Shaw Sinead Cusack , Lorna Heilbron
Maurice Denham , Jonathan Cecil
The young King of Navarre and three of his Lords, Berowne, Longaville and Dumain, swear to avoid women and to live in perpetual study and seclusion for three years. But the unexpected arrival of the beautiful Princess of France with her three Ladies, Rosaline, Katharine and Maria, somehow makes matters different.
Music composed and directed by GEOPFREY BURGON
Choreography by GERALDINE STEPHENSON Costumes RITA REEKIE
Lighting TOMMY THOMAS Designer NATASHA KROLL Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director BASIL COLEMAN

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Jeremy Brett
Unknown: Martin Shaw
Unknown: Sincad Cusack
Unknown: Lorna Heilbron
Unknown: Maurice Denham
Unknown: Jonathan Cecil
Directed By: Geopfrey Burgon
Choreography By: Geraldine Stephenson
Unknown: Rita Reekie
Unknown: Tommy Thomas
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Basil Coleman
King Ferdinand of Navarre: Martin Shaw
Lords attending on the King:Longaville: David Gwillim
Lords attending on the King Dumain: Martin C Thurley
Lords attending on the King Berowne: Jeremy Brett
Dull, a Constable: James Berwick
Costard, a Clown: Terence Budd
Don Adriano de Armado: Maurice Denham
Moth, page to Armado: Andrew Harding
Jaquenetta: Victoria Plucknett
The Princess of France: Lorna Heilbron
Boyet: Clifford Rose
French Lord: Philip Monnet
Ladies attending on the Princess:Maria: Jan Francis
Ladies attending on the Princess Katharine: Debbie Bowen
Ladies attending on the Princess Rosaline: Sinead Cusack
A Forester: Hugh Ross
Sir Nathaniel, a Curate: Tony Haygarth
Holofernes, a Schoolmaster: Jonathan Cecil
: David Bailie

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