Tale of Two Cities – 26/05/1989

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Title Tale of Two Cities, A
Start Date 26/05/1989
End Date 03/06/1989
Abstract Adaptation of the Dickens’ novel.
Choreographer Anastasi Siotas
Designer Katherine Haywood
Director Andrew Ross
Music Director Stuart Greenbaum
Company Theatre Department
Venue Union Theatre
Photo 5 production photographs in archive box 4/96 RWL
Extra Notes Dickens, Charles (adapted by Andrew Ross)
Reviews Melbourne Times 24/5/89 The Age 26/5/89, p.16 Emerald Hill Times 1/6/89, p.12.
References Review/Poster/Programme/TB minutes 2/89
Cast Tamara Harrison, Anna Radvansky, Kristin Armstrong, Alex Wilson, Genevieve Avery, David Watson, Tristan Gemmill, Tom Davis, Leo Faust, Guy Prendergast, Scott Wilson, Matthew Jones, Christopher Boek, Tom Wright, Geoff Favaloro, John Ryan, Sharif Galal, Jonathan Marshall, Katie McLeish, Lynne Tiller, Vasoula Chocholis, Sarah Hardy, Emma Newman, Jeanette Rukavina, Lisa Grigg, Maria Papastamatopoulos, Deborah Granat, Gabriella Maselli, Sam Grapsas, Susanna Colville, Meeghan Auhl, John-Paul Hussey, Elly Temelcos, Chloe Edmond, Josephine Costanzo, Elizabeth Lyons, Peter Symons, Cameron Millsom, Andrew Litras, Carolyn Fraser, Gill Webley (stage manager), Lucian Perin (costumes), Liz Pain (lighting design).
Notes Assistance with script given by English Department; translation given by French Department. Costume Design: Luciana Perin Lighting Design: Liz Pain Production Manager: Ian Fiddes Stage Manager: Gillian Webley Set Construction: Matthew Jones. Funding application included financial details. It was intended to be the largest production ever staged in the Union. Sharif Galal’s character was hanged at the rear of the theatre.