The Country Wife (2003)
Directed by Jack King
The aptly named Mr Horner puts out the rumour that following a dose of the "French Disease" he is now impotent. Instantly every husband in town considers him the perfect companion for their wives leaving Horner free to seduce every woman in town. The arrival of the jealous Pinchwife however, newly married to an innocent country girl, sets Horner an altogether more difficult challenge.
Will the innocent Mrs Pinchwife succumb to Horner's charms?
Will Pinchwife's sister Alithea marry the hopeless fop Sparkish or will the rakish Dorilant win her over?
Will the husbands of the town find out the truth about Horner's "affliction"?
What is Mr Horner's China? Will Lady Fidget find it? Will he have any China left for Mrs Squeamish?
- Horner - Terry Millard
- Pinchwife - Simon Gleisner
- Margery Pinchwife - Emma Howcutt
- Sparkish - Stuart Draper
- Alithea Pinchwife - Elinor Morgan Jones
- Harcourt - Duncan Hart
- Lady Fidget - Mandy Reed
- Sir Jasper Fidget - Chris Bennett
- Dainty Fidget - Maggie Kruger
- Mrs Squeamish - Helen Davies
- Dorilant - Chris Learmonth
- Quack - David Lomas
- Old Lady Squeamish - Marian Buss
- Lucy - Cara Thomas
- Boy - John McAleaney
- Parson - Lionel Monks
- Director - Jack King
- Co-Director - Michael Davies
- PA - Paul Fortune
- Stage Manager - Jess Osorio
- ASM - Kat Boyce
- Costume - Marie Hull
- Hair Design - Jay Michaels
- Lighting Design - Mike Elliott
- Lighting Operator - Peter Medd
- Sound Operator - Emma Connolly
- Set Design - Jenny Newstead Bennett
- Set Build - Jenny Newstead Bennett, Anton Krause, Liam Campbell, Lisa Marsh, Bob Callender
- Poster & Programme - Will Howard
- Publicity - Steve Ellis
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