Black Comedy (1971)
Directed by Michael Small
The play takes place in Brindsley Miller's apartment in South Kensington, 9.30 on a Sunday night in a power cut.
- Brindsley Miller - Brian Scoltock
- Carol Melkett - Eileen Britton
- Miss Furnival - Lilian Frith
- Colonel Melkett - D'Auvergne Barnard
- Harold Gorringe - Keith Stewart
- Clea - Sally Pickard
- Schuppanzigh - Eric Twelftree
- Georg Bamberger - Maurice Mitchell
- Stage Manager - Peter Davies
- Assisted by - Doreen Harris, David Lewis, Raymond Nelson, Deidre Shaw, Christine Wilson
- Lighting - Colin Stokes
- Sound - Jim Judd
- Set Construction - John Cooke
- Assistant to the director - Pat Davies
- Company Manager - Charles Cheetham
- F.O.H. Manager - Frank Howcutt
- Box Office Manager - Tony Westhead
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