Digital Archive:Cast list, The Visit (1995)

Listing show dates and detailing cast, creative and production teams

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THE VISIT

by FRIEDRICH DÜRRENMATT

Adapted by MAURICE VALENCY

 

VISITORS

Claire Zachanassian, née Wässcher, multi-millionairess – Lauren Bacall

Her Husbands, VII-IX – John Hodgkinson

Butler – Edward Jewesbury

Toby – gum chewer – Tony Denham

Roby – gum chewer – Scott Chisholm

Koby – blind – Arnold Yarrow

Loby – blind – Jimmy Gardner

 

VISITED

Alfred Ill – Joss Ackland

His wife – Heather Canning

His son – Will Barton

His daughter – Sophie Walker

Mayor – Joseph O’Conor

Mayor’s Wife – Eileen Page

Pastor – Paul Webster

Schoolmaster – Richard Moore

Doctor – Dennis Clinton

Policeman – Anthony Pedley

Man One – Sidney Livingstone

Man Two – Roger Watkins

Man Three – Paul Sykes

Man Four – Ross O’Hennessy

Painter – David Shaw-Parker

First Woman – Eileen Page

Second Woman – Janet Whiteside

Miss Louisa – Hilary Tones

Station-master – Philip Dunbar

Grandchildren – Libby Freshwater   Catherine Williams or

Emily Jordan   Lucy Kneppett

 

DISTRACTORS

Bailiff – Michael Loughnan

Ticket Inspector – Richard Freeman

First Reporter – Philip Dunbar

Second Reporter – Michael Loughnan

Radio Commentator – Richard Freeman

Cameraman – Paul Sykes

 

Director – Terry Hands

Designer – Johan Engels

Composer – Ian Kellam

Lighting Designer – Terry Hands

Sound Designer – John A. Leonard

Assistant Director – Alan McCormack

 

Company Manager – David Bownes

Stage Manager – Philip Deverell

Deputy Stage Manager – Karen Duthie

Assistant Stage Managers – Yvette Glover, Adam Havoc

Chaperone – Liz Long

 

September: Thu 21P, Fri 22P, Sat 23Pm&e, Mon 25P, Tue 26P, Wed 27F/PN, Thu 28m(D)&e,

Fri 29(D), Sat 30m&e

October: Mon 2, Tue 3, Wed 4, Thu 5m(D)&e, Fri 6(D), Sat 7m&e, Mon 9, Tue 10, Wed 11,

Thu 12m&e, Fri 13, Sat 14m&L

 

P = Preview

F = First Night

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night

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Festival Theatre, Plays, Press and Publicity, Productions