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by BERNARD SHAW with June Tobin , Malcolm Keen and Richard Hurndall
To be repeated on April 5 See page 55
St. Joan of the Stockyards, by Bertolt Brecht: March 21
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.20-9.30 app.) Music for Military Band by Vaughan Williams and Holst plaved by the Eastman Symphonic Wind Ensemble Conducted by Frederick Fennell on a gramophone record


Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: June Tobin
Unknown: Malcolm Keen
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Conducted By: Frederick Fennell
Stephen: William Eedle
Lady Britomart: Mary O'Farrell
Morrison: Haydn Jones
Barbara: June Tobin
Sarah: Dorit Welles
Adolphus Cousins: Richard Hurndall
Charles Lomax: Charles Hodgson
Undershaft: Malcolm Keen
Rummy Mitchens: Vivienne Chatterton
Snobby Price: Frank Partington
Jenny Hill: Freda Dowie
Peter Shirley: Keith Williams
Bill Walker: John Bennett
Mrs Baines: Janet Morrison
Bilton: Haydn Jones


Piano Concerto No. 11 (K.413) played by Rudolf Serkin (piano)
Marlboro Festival Orchestra
Conducted by Alexander Schneider on a gramophone record


Piano: Rudolf Serkin
Conducted By: Alexander Schneider

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