Make Way For Lucia: June 2007
By John van Druten
Based on E. F. Benson's hilarious novels, written in the 1920s and 30s, of the war for social supremacy between Lucia and Miss Mapp in Tilling are brought to the stage with all the wit, irony and humour of the originals. Hitherto, Tilling's doyenne has been Miss Mapp; Lucia is the supreme poseuse who peppers her speech with Italian phrases she doesn't understand. When Lucia rents Miss Mapp's house for the summer the battle lines are drawn ...
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|Cast (in order of appearance)||Backstage|
|Major Benjamin Flint: John Hodgkinson||Director: June Cooper|
|Grosvenor: Brenda Williams||Props: Lorraine Pope|
|Miss Mapp: Joyce Harvey||Make-Up: Janet Lines|
|George Pillson: Greg Pope||Dressers: Jane Hodson, Janet Lines, Helen Sawyer, Sarah Westlake|
|Mrs. Emmaline Lucas (Lucia): Janette Davidson||Set Design: Kees Van Woerkom|
|Mr. Wyse: David Starling||Set Build: Pete Lines, Greg Pope, David Williams|
|Mrs. Wyse: Angie Maddigan|
|Rev. Kenneth Bartlett: John Meikle|
|Mrs. Bartlett: Joan Spall|
|Godiva Plaistow: Thelma Torr|
|Signor Cortese: Kees Van Woerkom|