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Rodney Stone (play 1965)

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Rodney Stone (Programme cover)

Rodney Stone is a British play, adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle's novel by Alan Cullen and directed by Colin George, performed by The Sheffield Repertory at the Sheffield Playhouse (Sheffield, UK) from 6 to 24 april 1965, starring Peter King as Rodney Stone and John Carney as Jim Harrison. 2 intervals of 10 min. each.

See a 1965 review in The Times : Doyle Story Compressed.


Contents


Cast


Crew

The Sheffield Repertory Co. Ltd.

  • Stage Management : Frank Jerram
  • Stage Director : Brian Huby
  • Assistant Stage Manager : Tim Coley, Glyn Condliffe, John Hartley, Angela Pedlar, Denise Shaw, Dorothy Vernon
  • Master Carpenter : Charles Angus
  • Chief Electrician : Bry Ferguson
  • Wardrobe Mistress : Madge D'Alroy
  • Resident Designer : Robin Archer
  • Arts Council Trainee Designer : Margaret Manning
  • Assistant Scenic Artist : Kathleen Holmes
  • Technical Asistants : Robin Cave, Michael Barry, Geoffrey Hall
  • Wardrobe Assistant : Jane Newsom
  • Musical Adviser : Gilbert Kennedy

Supppliers

  • Riding whip and reins : Mill View Riding Stables, Fulwood
  • Snuff box : Boots
  • Quizzing glasses and pince-nez : Hamlins, West Street
  • Hunter watch : Skinners, Ecclesall Road
  • Hip flask : Miss Nicholson
  • Coach horn : Mackenzies, West Bar
  • Travelling rugs : Cockaynes, Angel Street
  • Tankards : Fords, West Street; and Olivants, Ecclesall Road
  • Fishing tackle : Bennetts of Sheffield, West Bar
  • Cutlery : Grand Hotel, Leopold Street
  • Trays : Gaskell and Chambers, Princess Street
  • Wheelbarrow : Sheffield Parks Department
  • Telescope : Jamieson, Ecclesall Road
  • Churchwarden pipes : Silvesters, Surrey Street
  • Furniture : Louis Koch and Olivants
  • Men's costumes : C. & W. May and Bermans
  • Ladies' costumes : Jean Vickers and Madge D'Alroy
  • Shoes : Anello and Davide
  • Sound : Bishop Sound & Electrical Co. Ltd., Patented Cuebar System
  • Sewing Machines : Singer Sewing Machines Ltd.
  • Lighters : Ronson
  • Nylon Stockings : Kayser
  • Supertwin Washing Machine : Servis
  • Shirts : Horne Bros.
  • Production Photos : Leslie Studios, Rotherham
  • Melmex Break-Resistant Table Ware : B. I. P. Gaydon


Programme (p. 6-7)




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