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: Paul Scofield with Nicolette Bernard Jill Raymond, Lockwood West and Malcolm Hayes in ' PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE'

by William Shakespeare
Adapted and produced by R. D. Smith
Music composed by Marcus Dods
Cast in order of speaking:
The Goldsbrough Orchestra
(led by Eli Goren ) conducted by Marcus Dods
SCENE: Dispersedly in various countries
See page 4
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.15-925 app.):
Movements from Lennox Berkeley's
Serenade for Strings played by the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra Conductor, Karl MUnchinger on a gramophone record


Unknown: William Shakespeare
Produced By: R. D. Smith
Composed By: Marcus Dods
Unknown: Eli Goren
Conducted By: Marcus Dods
Conductor: Karl Munchinger
Gower,Chorus: Lockwood West
ANTIOCHUS, king of Antioch: Malcolm Hayes
PERICLES, prince of Tyre: Paul Scofield
The DAUGHTER of Antiochus: June Tobin
THALIARD a lord of Antioch: Haydn Jones
Two LORDS of Tyre: Brian Wilde
Two LORDS of Tyre: Douglas Storm
HELICANUS, a lord of Tyre: John Ruddock
Cleon governor of Tarsus: David March
DIONYZA, his wife: Selma Vaz Dias
THREE FISHERMEN of Pentapolis: Patrick Wymark
THREE FISHERMEN of Pentapolis: Brian Wilde,
THREE FISHERMEN of Pentapolis: Frank Windsor
SiMONiDES, king of Pentapolis: Oliver Burt
THAISA, his daughter: Nicolette Bernard
LYCHORIDA, a nurse: Betty Linton
CERIMON, a lord of Ephesus: Errol John
PHILOMENA, his servant: Betty Linton
TWO GENTLEMEN of Ephesus: Frank Windsor
TWO GENTLEMEN of Ephesus: Anthony Viccars
Marina, daughter to Pericles and Thaisa: Jill Raymond
LEONINE, servant to Dionyza: Patrick Magee
A PANDER of Mitylene: Anthony Viccars
Boult, his servant: Malcolm Hayes
A BAWD: Patricia Hayes
LYSIMACHUS, governor of Mitylene: Frank Partington
DIANA: June Tobin


Moravian Teachers' Choir
Conductor, Jan Soupal
The last of four programmes of twentieth-century choral music


Conductor: Jan Soupal

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