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Meeting Point: Negro Theatre Workshop presents: The Dark Disciples


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A Blues version of The Passion.
Introduced by The Rev. Austen Williams.
From the Church of St Mary-le-Bow, London
(Repeated tonight at 10.45)
See facing page


Presenter: The Rev. Austen Williams
Music: Mike McKenzie
Dance Direction: Bari Jonson
Musical Director: Mike McKenzie
Devised and produced by: Christian Simpson
Directed for television by: Bill Duncalf
Narrator: Ramjohn Holder
Narrator: Alaba Peters
Narrator: Tony Cyrus
Jesus: George Browne
Judas: Bari Jonson
Pilate: Horace James
Mary: Ida Shepley
Mary Magdalene: Ena Babb
Peter: James Davies
Barabbas: Harold Holness
Boy soprano: Clarence Rapier
Two sinners: Sydney Davis
Two sinners: James Fuller
Soldier: Bertie Green
Soldier: Allister Bain
Dancer: Cassandra Mahon
Dancer: Helen Fleming
Disciples and High Priests: Calvin Butler
Disciples and High Priests: Tracy Connell
Disciples and High Priests: Horace Daniel
Disciples and High Priests: Dudley Hunte
Disciples and High Priests: Nat Ikiriko
Singers: The Trinidad Folk Singers

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