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: London programme relayed from Daventry

4.35 TOM BROWN Song Cycle, 'Songs of Syria ' (Easthipe Martin). Mountain
Rose of Lebanon ; The Garden of Urmia ; The Crimson Rose ; Osarna Mine

: A SHAKESPEARE PROGRAMME

The Scenes presented by The STATION FLAYERS : LILIAN EDWARDS , JOYCE PAGE, JEAN BULLEN ,
MARGARET HITCHENS , GEORGE MORLEY. A. S. MARKWELL , GEORGE STONE and The GREEN-
LEAF PLAYERS:
JOAN RAYNER and BETTY RAYNER
The Songs by Miss WINFRED ASCOTT (Soprano) The Music by THE STATION OCTET, directed by REGINALD S. MOUAT

Contributors

Unknown: Lilian Edwards
Unknown: Jean Bullen
Unknown: Margaret Hitchens
Unknown: George Morley.
Unknown: A. S. Markwell
Unknown: Joan Rayner
Unknown: Betty Rayner
Songs By: Miss Winfred Ascott
Directed By: Reginald S. Mouat

: 'THE MERCHANT OF VENICE'

The Casket Scene (Act III., Sc. 2)
The Song, Tell Me Where is Fancy Bred '
(Sung by WINIFRED ASCOTT )

Contributors

Sung By: Winifred Ascott

: ' AS YOU LIKE IT '

(Sung by WINIFRED ASCOTT )
' Rosalind and Orlando in the Forest of Arden '
(Act IV., Sc. 2)
These Scenes presented by THE STATION PLAYERS

Contributors

Sung By: Winifred Ascott

: ' THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA '

Scenes presented by THE GREENLEAF PLAYERS Produced by CONSTANCE SMEDLEY
With incidental music by LULLY. FRESCOBALDl and others. Music to the Madrigal, ' Who is Sylvia ? ' composed by Maxwell Armfield

Contributors

Produced By: Constance Smedley
Composed By: Maxwell Armfield
Act I , Scene 2 Julia, beloved of Proteus: Betty Rayner
Act II Scene 7 Lucette, her waiting-woman: Joan Rayner
Act IV Scene 4 Julia, disguised as Sebastian: Betty Rayner
Act IV, Scene 4 Silvia beloved of Valentine: Joan Rayner

: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM'

The Scherzo from MENDELSSOHN'S Music
' The Quarrel between Oberon and Titania '
(Act fT., Sc. 1) (Sung by WINIFRED ASCOTT )

Contributors

Sung By: Winifred Ascott

: 'TWELFTH NIGHT '

(Sung by WINIFRED ASCOTT )
' The Gulling of Malvolio '
(Act II., Sc. 5)
These Scenes presented by THE STATION PLAYERS

Contributors

Sung By: Winifred Ascott








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