WATERS OF THE MOON is a comedy in three Acts by N.C. Hunter - a man
who writes for both the stage and the TV. When shown on TV, this play attracted
such notable performers as Penelope Keith, Virginia McKenna, Joan Simms
and Geoffery Palmer, amongst others.
Directed by Eve Earles.
The dull routine of a modest and rather shabby Private Hotel on Dartmoor
is broken by the arrival of unexpectedly exotic guests.
This play shows the effect of the over-privileged on those who have lost or never tasted it - and provides a theme that touches the springs of tragedy as well as comedy.
John Daly (son of Hotel Owner): James Woodhams
Evelyn Daly (daughter of Hotel Owner): Sarah Leach
Mrs Daly (Hotel Owner): Nikki Bridgman
Mrs Whyte (tall, spare 'aristocratic-looking' woman): Sarah O'Connor
Mrs Ashworth ('decent middle-class woman') Betty Woodhams
Colonel Selby ('man of about 70'): Peter Fitzpatrick
Julius Winterhalter (Austrian - 'pleasant, weak, sentimental'): Richard Stacey
Helen Lancaster ('strong personality...charming'): Sue Painter
Robert Lancaster ('quiet capable man'): Martin Jordan
Tonetta Landi (daughter of Helen): Hannah Cook
Doors Open: 7pm, Curtain Up 7.30pm.
Tickets: £8 (£6 conc).