Cast
Appointments
Story
Review
Photos


An amateur production presented by arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH LIMITED
CAST

Albin: Mark Horne
Georges: David Gregory
Jacob: Craig Smith
Jean-Michael:
George Stuart
Anne:
Adele Robinson
Jacqueline:
Tania Smith
Marie Dindon:
Julia Tromans
Edouard Dindon:
Steve Humpherson
M. Renaud:
Fred Shaw
Mme. Renaud:
Cathy Moreton
Francis: Ben Edwards

CAGELLES:
Phaedra the Enigma:
James Totney
Chantal of Avignon:
David Shaw
Hanna of Hamburg:
Adam Partridge
Mercedes the Magnificent:
Ross Hadley
Dermah:
Natalie Nicholas
Monique:
Dawn Shillingford
Nicole:
Melanie Glazzard
Bitelle:
Jonathan Hunt
Odette:
Anna Hough
Angelique:
Emma Mitchell

BIRDS
Charlotte Wood, Katie Leverton, Joanne Gubbins, Sian Weston, Emma Clayton
Katie Linford, Lara Mitchell, Jim Heritage, Michaela Doherty, Hannah Davies, Liann Ruddick, Joanne Boxley, Ellen Jones

CHORUS
Emily Jeavons, Rob Dixon, Sue Totney, Jeanne Hunt



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Production Appointments

Director/Choreographer: Mike Capri
Musical Director: Jonathan Hill
Producer
: Steve Bracey
Accompanist: Tony Braddock
Production Secretary: David Shaw
Stage Manager: Andy Evans
Assistant Stage Manager: Andy Southall
Stage Director: Judi Davies
Sound Engineer: Peter Revill, Cygnet Sound
Lighting: Matt Bird
Properties: Rachel Smith, Victoria Ball
Scenery: Scenic Projects
Wardrobe Mistress: Kath Trigg
Costumes: Triple 'C' Costumes
House Manager: Mike Davies
Assistant House Manager: Kevin Gripton
Call Boy: Sheila Harryman
Prompt: Sheila Clift & Shirley Glazzard
Ticket Secretary: Lorraine Lovett
Programme Editors: Leon & Rachel Davies
Publicity Officer: Sarah Rose
Society Archivist: Bernard Shaw
Photographer: www.paulcostello.co.uk



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Story

Georges is the owner of the La Cage Aux Folles nightclub, which features a drag show starring his partner and the love of his life, Albin. After twenty years of un-wedded bliss, Georges and his partner Albin face the hardest challenge of their relationship, yet: meeting their son, Jean-Michel’s fiance’s parents. Albin has always raised Jean-Michel, Georges’ biological son, as his own. But when Jean-Michel falls in love and becomes engaged to the daughter of an ultra-conservative, anti-gay politician, Georges feels compelled to try to present a more “traditional” family to Jean-Michel’s potential in-laws. When Albin tries and fails to take on a masculine persona in the role of Uncle Al, he gets more creative in order to find a way to be part of the “meet the parents” experience.

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Review

La Cage review


"Operatic farce is a slick comedy" - Jerald Smith, Express & Star, 18th October, 2011

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Photos




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