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: 'BOLIVAR'

by Jules Supervielle
Translated by Gerard Hopkins
Adapted and produced by R. D. Smith
Cast in order of speaking:
Peons, penitents, officials, guests, soldiers of liberation, soldiers of Spain: T.St. John Barry Sherlie Dane , Tita Dane , Ernest Eytle , Margaret Gordon , Dudley Jones ,
Joan Lindsay , Willy Richardson , Josephine Stroud , Richard Waring , Brian Wilde
Songs arranged by A. L. Lloyd and Willy Richardson
Music played by Fitzroy Coleman , Tommy Eytte
Fred Perry ,Leslie Week
Translation of Lamartine's ' Le Lac ' by Terence Tiller

Contributors

Unknown: Jules Supervielle
Translated By: Gerard Hopkins
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Unknown: T.St. John Barry
Unknown: Sherlie Dane
Unknown: Tita Dane
Unknown: Ernest Eytle
Unknown: Margaret Gordon
Unknown: Dudley Jones
Unknown: Joan Lindsay
Unknown: Willy Richardson
Unknown: Josephine Stroud
Unknown: Richard Waring
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Arranged By: A. L. Lloyd
Arranged By: Willy Richardson
Played By: Fitzroy Coleman
Played By: Tommy Eytte
Unknown: Fred Perry
Unknown: Leslie Week
Unknown: Terence Tiller
Simon Bolivar: Michael Ingham
Maid: June Wenner
Del Toro: Richard Williams
Maria Teresa: Jill Raymond
Nicanor: Erro John
Precipitation: Barbara Assoon
Peon: Rupert Davies
Blind man: Edric Connor
Visitador Extraordinary: Derek Birch
Misia Cayetana Saenz: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Manuela Saenz: Gabrielle Blunt
Blanca Saenz: Betty Linton
Monk: John Ruddock
Captain Martel: Ian Lubbock
Mayor of Caracas: Oliver Burt
Deputy Mayor Dominguez: David March
Boves: Malcolm Hayes
First soldier: A L Lloyd
Second soldier: Tommy Eytle
Woman sergeant: Joyce Latham
Delegate of Peru: George Hagan
Mayor of Lima: Robin Bailey
Comtesse de San Juan: Catherine Salkeld
T'y Viens T'y: Harold Lang

: ' THE BARTERED BRIDE'

Comic opera in three acts by Bedrich Smetana
Libretto by Karl Sabina
(sung in Czech) on gramophone records
Characters in order of singing:
(Continued in next columns
Chorus and Orchestra of the , Prague National Theatre
CONDUCTED BY JAROSLAV VOGEL
Act 1: The square of a Bohemian village, with an inn at one side
Act 2: A room at the inn

Contributors

Unknown: Bedrich Smetana
Unknown: Karl Sabina
Conducted By: Jaroslav Vogel
Jenik Micha's son by his first wife (tenor): Ivo Zidek
Marenka Krusina's daughter (soprano): Milada Musilova
Kecal, a marriage-broker (bass): Karel Kalas
Krusina, a peasant (baritone): Vaclav Bednar
Ludmila, his wife (soprano): Stepanka Stephanova
Vasek her son (tenor): Oldrich Kovar
Manager of the strolling players (tenor): Karel Hruska
Esmeralda, a dancer (soprano): Jarmila Pechova
An Indian member of the players (bass): Ladislav Mraz
Hata, Micha's second wife (mezzo-soprano).: Marie Vesela-Kabelacova
Micha, a peasant (bass): Zdenek Otava

: THE AIR WE BREATHE

D. S. Savage considers the proposition that our cultural life is slowly dying

: 'THE BARTERED BRIDE'

Act 3: The same as Act 1

: LAW IN ACTION

A series of talks commenting on current legal issues
13-Freedom of Contract by a barrister

: BRAHMS

The Hirsch String Quartet:
Leonard Hirsch (violin) Leonard Dight (violin)
Stephen Shingles (viola) Francisco Gabarro (cello)
Jack Brymer (clarinet)
String Quartet in A minor, Op. 51
No. 2
Quintet in B minor, Op. 115, for clarinet and strings
Piano Trio, Op. 101: Thursday at 6.0

Contributors

Violin: Leonard Hirsch
Violin: Leonard Dight
Viola: Stephen Shingles
Clarinet: Jack Brymer

: THE ' INFERNO '

of Dante Alighieri
The first cantica of the Divine Comedy, translated into English triple rhyme by Laurence Binyon
A reading in six parts
Produced by Peter Duval Smith
Part 6 (Cantos 29-34)-Dante and Virgil continue through the Eighth Circle of the fraudulent: The tenth chasm of the faisifiers of commodities, persons, money, or words; the giant Antaeus deposits the poets at the bottom of the Pit of Hell; the Ninth Circle which torments the traitors to their kindred, country, guests, or lords; Virgil shows Lucifer to Dante; the poets arrive at the centre of the earth and then climb upwards towards the antipodes; they emerge at the foot of Mount Purgatory and see the stars.
(Continued in next column)

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Binyon
Produced By: Peter Duval Smith
Dante: Marius Goring
Virgil: Esmé Percy
Grifolino: William Squire
Capocchio: Robert Bernal
Adam of Brescia: Michael Hordern
Sinon: David March
Camicion de' Pazzi: Peter Claughton
Bocca degli Abbati: Oliver Burt
Buoso da Duera: Brian Haines
Count Ugolino: Robert Farquharson
Friar Alberigo: Laurence Payne

: BUSONI

Sonatina; Sonatina seconda played by Philip Levi (piano)

Contributors

Piano: Philip Levi

: IN MEMORY OF JOHN LOCKE

(died October 28. 1704) A series of three talks
3—The Social Responsibility of the Intellectual
Peter Laslett , Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, talks about Locke as political theorist, politician, and administrator.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Laslett








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