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Act I of the Opera by Beethoven
Scene : A State Prison near Seville
The Act will be preceded by Leonora Overture No. 3
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite
Producer, John B. Gordon
Chorus Master, Geoffrey Corbett from Sadler's Wells Theatre
Marcellina (Daughter of Rocco):
Leonora (Fidelio) (Wife of Florestan):
Rocco (The Gaoler):
Don Pizarro (The Prison Governor):
Three Phases of a Village Dramatic
Society's Winter Activities
Devised by A. P. Wilson
The play is given ; the adjudicator speaks his mind, and an inquest is
The rise of the community drama in Scotland since the war has added greatly to the life of many a town, village, or country parish, and half its excitement lies in the fact that it brings people of all.trades into the new world of the theatre where problems, personal and technical, have to be faced. This series, devised by Andrew P. Wilson , well-known Scottish playwright, is concerned first with practical guidance. Listeners have already heard how the village society met, chose a play and a, cast for it, and put it into rehearsal. In this phase the day of reckoning arrives. The piece is performed, the adjudicator gives his verdict, and the players discuss just where their plans went wrong.
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