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The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company Anthony Quayle, Barbara Jefford and Leo McKern in 'AS YOU LIKE IT'


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by William Shakespeare
Produced by William Hughes from Glen Byam Shaw 's production at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
Music composed by Clifton Parker
Characters in order of speaking: andand
(Continued in next column)
Other pants played by Jane Holland , Thomas Moore and Derek Hodgson


Unknown: William Shakespeare
Produced By: William Hughes
Unknown: Glen Byam Shaw
Composed By: Clifton Parker
Played By: Jane Holland
Played By: Thomas Moore
Played By: Derek Hodgson
Orlando, son of Sir Rowland de Boys: Keith Michell
Adam, servant to Oliver: Kenneth Wynne
Oliver, eldest son of Sir Roicland: Terence Longdon
Dennis, servant to Oliver: John Neittletton
Charles, a wrestler: John Turner
Celia, daughter to Duke Frederick: Charmian Eyre
Rosalind, daughter to the banished Duke: Barbara Jefford
Touchsitone, a clown: Leo McKern
Le Beau, a courtier: Derek Godfrey
Duke Frederick: Raymond Westwell
Duke, living in banishment: Jack Gwillim
Amiens: Eric Lander
Lords, attending on the banished Duke: Peter Halliday
Lords, attending on the banished Duke: John Nettleton
Lords. attending on Duke Frederick: Geoffrey Curtis
Lords. attending on Duke Frederick: Ian Mullins
Corin, a shepherd: Edward Atienza
Silvius, a young shepherd: Ian Bannen
Jaques: Anthony Quayle
Audrey, a country wench: Joan MacArthur
Sir Oliver Martext: Derek Godfrey
Phebe, a shepherdess: Zena Walker
William: James Grout
Jaques de Boys: Peter Jackson

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The Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company Anthony Quayle, Barbara Jefford and Leo McKern in 'AS YOU LIKE IT'

Third Programme, 5 April 1953 20.50

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