The Importance of Being Psmith by Kenneth Galloway

Corfield Hall, Taunton, 8th, 9th and 11th May, 1953.
Ilse, an Austrian maid Jill Drowley
Pip Spencer, the youngest daughter Christine Gemmell
Mary Spencer, her mother Audrey Angell
Gilbert Spencer, Mary’s husband Bernard Lloyd
Constance Spencer, their eldest daughter Margaret Way
David Smith (alias Jeremy Darcy) Kenneth Galloway
Gloria Spencer, another daughter Mary Young
David Psmith Bill Sleep
Jemima Spencer (Auntie Jim) Alma Thomas
Number Ninety-Nine, an anonymous intellectual Arthur Moorhouse
A policewoman Vera Rich
Produced by Kenneth Galloway
Stage Manager Sydney Mearing
Assistant Stage Manager Fred Cridlin
Setting designed by Paul Young
Setting painted by Neil Trood and Fred Cridlin
Wardrobe Phyllis Peel Corbin
Properties Rose Jenkins and Kathleen Roskams
Lighting Leslie Hender and Joseph Bass
Sound Effects Sheila Olds and Pat Routley
Call Girl Ann Goodliffe
Stage Staff Hilda Fry, Colin Durham, John Lock, Gordon Milne, Arthur Newton, Eddie Pain, Neil Trood, James Wells