The Gallant Tailor or 7 at One Blow

by Zelma Smith & Edith Rothrock

Performed December 2007
(December 27, 28, 29 2007)
at the Ron Maslin Playhouse
(6 performances: a children's play)

Directed by Dorothy Shaw
Music Director: Margrit Cattell

CAST

TAILOR Nicholas Harrison
JAM WOMAN Kathryn McLaren
PRINCESS Kyra Weichert
LADY-IN-WAITING Charlotte Cattell
KING Peter Whittaker
PRIME MINISTER Al Quirt
FIRST GIANT Joey Harrison
SECOND GIANT Andrew Williams
NARRATOR Shelley Jean Harrison
COUNTRY MAN Roxanna Koohgoli
PAGE BOY Tristan Williams
CHORUS SOLOISTS Joshua Reichert
Charlotte McLaren
GUARDS Marie Roberts
Emily Dewhurst
Jordan Kyle
Joshua Reichert
Rachel Smith
Charles Wickham
Daniel Williams
VILLAGERS Katie Baker
Megan Baker
Kathleen Bisson
Samantha Blair
Casey Campbell
Alexa Chick
Cassandra Harrison
Emma Hennigar
Charlotte McLaren
Maria Reichart
Rebekah Reichert
Teresa Vantellinger
Gabrielle Whittaker
Sandra Wickham
Kaitlin Williams
Theresa Williams

PRODUCTION STAFF

Production Manager Dorothy Beak
Assistant Producer Derek Payne
Stage Manager Betty Francis
Assistant Stage Manager Nancy Baker
Lisa Murray
Stage Crew Loreen Irvine
Set Design Earl McLaughlin
Set Construction Tony Francis
Earl McLaughlin
Susan V. Phillips
Gordon Walt
Bill Williams
Set Painter Barbara Kobolak
Susan V. Phillips
Dorothy Shaw
Gerry Thompson
Set Decor Susan V. Phillips
Lighting Design Betty Francis
Lighting Assistant Steven Truelove
Sound Design Gerry Thompson
Continuity Corinne Duncan
Helen Weeden
Properties Theresa Morin
Inna Tarabukhina
Sandy Wynne
Costumes Saundra Eaves
Jackie Frigon
Mary Holmes
Nancy Holmes
Nedra Nash
Marilyn Thomson
Marilyn Valiquette
Eufron Williams
Costumes Assistant Sarah Benning
Kealey Dixon
Ashley Ritchie
Dresser Kerry Chick
Joanne Kyle
Kathy Smith
Gwendy Tolley
Make-up Bev Brooks
Make-Up Assistant Natasha Bourk-Wilson
Joanne Kyle
Payge Mildebrath
Nedra Nash
Kathy Smith
Green Room Manager Claire Bosnich
Whynn Bosnich
House Manager Ann Williams
Bill Williams
 
Programme
Wendy Wagner  
Music adapted and arranged by Zelma Smith, book and lyrics by Edith Rothrock.