Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, by Constance Cox
(Based on a story by Oscar Wilde)

Brewhouse Theatre & Arts Centre, Taunton, 22nd – 26th May 1984
Banes, the butler Patrick Sanders
Lord Arthur Savile Howard Wander
Sybil Merton, his fiancée Frances Millward
The Dean of Paddington, his uncle Edward (Ted) Goldsmith
Lady Windermere, his aunt Peggy Groves
Lady Clementina Beauchamp, his great aunt Elsie Goldsmith
Lady Julia Merton, Sybil’s mother Joan Frabus
Mr Podgers, a cheiromantist Anthony Brown
Nellie, the maid Julia Ferris
Herr Winklekopf, an anarchist Christopher Pollard
Directed by Thelma Wander
Set design by Edward (Ted) Goldsmith and Patrick Sanders
Stage Manager Allen Broom
Deputy Stage Manager John Burbery
Assistant Stage Manager Adrain Whyte
Lighting Pauline Goldsworthy
Sound Janet Dodd
Wardrobe Carol Burbery
Assisted by Elsie Goldsmith, Margret Sanders, Mary Martin.
Properties   Pip Maclean
Assisted by Zoë Jempson and Peter Gange
Hairstylist Lyn Mapley
Set Painting & Construction Edward (Ted) Goldsmith and Patrick Sanders
Assisted by Jennie Western, George Lashbrook, Adrian Whyte, Lyn Dilley
Front of House or Acknowledgments
Programme & Poster Artwork Doreen Lewis-Smith
Production photographs Delmar Studios
Press photographs Norman Thompson
Secretarial assistance Shirley Boobyer
Hand designed posters Bernard Gay
Erecting publicity billboards Peter Gange and John Burbery
Display window Britannia Building Society, Midland Bank
Antique Telephone Mr. Povey, British Telecom museum
Record research Jim Winter
Designing and making flowers Joan Farbus
Stage furnishings Thelma Wander
Business cards Vicky Woodyatt