Project Description

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QTC The Queensland Theatre Company

The Queensland Theatre Company

Deputy Stage Manager for The Tempest by William Shakespeare, including a Royal Gala Performance prior to the Commonwealth Games Opening at the Albert Park Amphitheatre, Brisbane from the 5th to the 23rd October, 1982 for the Queensland Theatre Company.

Directed by Alan Edwards, Assistant Director Gregory Gesch, Designed by James Ridewood, Choreographed by Harold Collins, Lighting Design by James Henson; Stage Managed by Kit Oldfield, Deputy Stage Managed by Toby Simkin, Assistant Stage Managed by David Whitworth, Owen McDonald & Louise Hucks; Incidental music composed by James Cotter; Ballet Mistress: Roma Egan; Laser Lights: Murray Wright and Sound board operator Colin Wilson.

STARRING Keith Michell (Prospero); Zoe Bertram (Miranda); Kerry McKay (Ariel); Scott McGregor (Ferdinand); Peter Noble (Antonio); Reg Cameron (Gozalo); David Clendinning (Alonso); Duncan Wass (Caliban); Eugene Gilfedder (Trinculo); Kevin Hides (Boastwain); Barry Lovett (Stephano);  David Sandford (Adrian); Darien Sticklen (Sebastian); Roslyn Dunbar (Juno); Sally Horton-Perry (Ceres); Maggie Noonan (Iris); Danica Beckett (Miranda as Little Girl) with dancers of the Queensland Ballet Company Dale Johnston (Ships Master); Craig BurgessJohn Dovey, Paul Galbraith, Bruce KronbergerAndrew Martin, Wayne Martin and Anthony Shearsmith (Sailors / Spirits); Rosetta Cook, Kathleen Dorahy, Vanessa Mafe, Denise Nenke, Dianne Storer, Benita Whalley and Michelle White (Spirits / Nymphs).

And for the Queensland Theatre Company:

Executive Staff: Alan Edwards (Director); Gregory Gesch (Assistant Director); Lloyd Nickson (Director, Theatre in Education); Arthur Frame (Production Manager), Gillian Coar (Executive Officer), Ken Kennett (Public Relations & Publicity Officer), June Craw (Finance and Business Officer), Helen Mayes (Clerical Assistant), Lewis Savage (Subscriptions Officer), Diane Leith (Administration) and Jennie Lewis (Receptionist),

Production Staff: James Ridewood (Resident Designer); Caroline Gyucha (Scenic Artist); James Henson (Lighting Designer); Gary Cameron (Properties); Paul Parkinson (Properties); David Palm (Properties); Howard Steele (Head Carpenter); Des Dougan (Carpenter); Peter Vosiliunas (Carpenter); Cornelis Boogaart (Apprentice Carpenter); Lexi Wright (Wardrobe Supervisor); Jay Mansfield-Askew (Wardrobe Supervisor); Cynthia Bowen (Wardrobe Supervisor);  Danny Healy (Wardrobe); Arlie McGill (Wardrobe); Anne Long (Wardrobe); Yvette O’Brien (Production Secretary); Dawn Grieg (Wardrobe Hire); Derrick George (Photographer); Magda Wollner (QTC Guild Coordinator); Yolande Bird (London Representative); Diana Franklin (London Representative); Michael Menzies (New York Representative) and John Krummel (Sydney Casting & Repertoire Consultant)

S.G.I.O. Theatre Staff: Jim Wright (Manager), Don Fergusson (Assistant Manager), Ray Calcutt (Head Mechanist), Patrick (Paddy) Teuma (Head Electrician), Dallas Black (Booking Office) and Kay Fifas (Booking Office)

Associate Artists: Billie Brown; Carol Burns; Reginald CameronIvar Kants; Joe MacColum; Warren Mitchell; James Ridewood, Cliff Simcox; Babette Stephens, M.B.E. and Geraldine Turner.

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