Directed by Lynn Rockell
There Goes the Bride
The set was impressive, well designed and constructed, always an advantage in any production.
Stephen Rockell was, as always superb, his facial expressions and demeanour adding to the humour. I didn’t realise he could sing and dance so well, perhaps we shall see him take the lead in a musical with Masque sometime in the future?
Polly was well cast and excellent in her role as the flapper, however I would like to have seen some semblance of Charleston steps which were sadly missing.
Pearl Chubb was impressive as the acid tongued mother-in-law, Pearl always brings much to every role and I am so glad she gets the opportunity to demonstrate her skills.
Both the bride and her mother were competent in their roles and the absent minded father added much to the humour.
Timothy’s partner Bill played his role well, and the prospective father-in-law made an impressive Australian.
As always with Lynn Rockell at the helm it was masterfully directed and all in all a good production.
Bucks Free Press.
|Ursula Westerby||Alison Rogers|
|Judy Westerby||Rochelle Watson|
|Dr Gerald Drimmond||Max Sasim|
|Daphne Drimmond||Pearl Chubb|
|Timothy Westerby||Stephen Rockell|
|Bill Shorter||Martin McDermott|
|Polly Perkins||Rebecca Webster|
|Charles Babcock||Alan Frost|