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(1951) He acted in George Devine's production of William Shakespeare's play, "The Comedy of Errors," at the Old Vic School Theatre in London, England with Prunella Scales CBE, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Margaret Ashcroft, Yvonne Bonnamy, James Vowden, Jerome Willis, Patrick Wymark, Colin Jevans, Christopher Hancock, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering, and Donald Rain in the cast. The crew included Richard Negri (technical designer) Caspar Wrede, Frank Dunlop, Christopher Morahan in the technical production. The faculty included Glyn Byam Shaw, Peter Streuli, Jani Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton, and Margaret Harris. Malcolm Pride was designer.

(1951) He acted in Michel Saint Denis production of Act I of Frederico Garcia Lorca's play, "The House of Bernarda Alba," at the Old Vic School Theatre in London, England with Prunella Scales CBE, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Margaret Ashcroft, Yvonne Bonnamy, James Vowden, Jerome Willis, Patrick Wymark, Colin Jevans, Christopher Hancock, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering, and Donald Rain in the cast. The crew included Richard Negri (technical designer) Caspar Wrede, Frank Dunlop, Christopher Morahan in the technical production. The faculty included Glyn Byam Shaw, Peter Streuli, Jani Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton, and Margaret Harris.

(1951) He acted at the Old Vic School Show's "The Doctor's Duty", Sir John Vanbrugh's play, "A Journey to London", and "Fortunio's Song", (Program A) at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Yvonne Bonnamy, Patrick Wymark, Prunella Scales CBE, Christopher Hancock, Colin Jeavons, Dame Joan Plowright CBE, Rosalind Knight, Dilys Hamlett, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Dobie, Alan Spencer, Eric Thompson, Clive Revill, James Maxwell, Donald Pickering, Douglas Rain, Caspar Wrede, Frank Dunlop, Christopher Morahan, Richard Negri in the cast. The teaching staff included Glen Byam Shaw, Peter Streuli, Jane Strasser, Leslie Fyson, Norman Ayrton and Margaret Harris in the school staff.

(October 1951) He acted in the Old Vic Theatre production of Christopher Marlowe's play, "Tamburlaine the Great", at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford, England with Richard Pasco, Donald Wolfit, Kenneth Griffith, David Waller, Reginald Tate, John Blatchley, Jill Balcon, George Murcell, Lee Montague, Ernest Hare, Alun Owen, Leo McKern, Margaret Rawlings, Wolfe Morris and Yvonne Bonnamy in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was the director. Leslie Hurry was the designer. John Gardner was the musical director.


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