LETTICE and LOVAGE

Written by Peter Shaffer

Directed and Designed by Paul Kershaw       2002

A joint Key City Theatre/Cranbrook Community Theatre Production

CAST:

Miggs Sawchuk …. Lettice Douffet           Bud Abbott …....... Surly Man

Lorna Kent ….......... Lotte Schoen             Libby Neve …......... Miss Framer

Barry Coulter ....….. Mr. Bardolph

Tina Blackburn, Cristian Dominguez, Thom McCaughey,

     Sheila Schell, Karla Vinge, Sean Cloarec, James Cupidio,

        Arnold Lowden, Frankie Reekie, Raewyn Sinhuber,

            Lulu Wei, Qiaoyan Lin …....................................... Visitors to Faustian House

 

CREW:

Chris Tulloch ....… Costumes           

Jen Kent & Rachel Kent ...................… Dressers

Karla Vinge …....... Hairstyles           

Amanda Lancaster & Sean Campbell … Sound

Janice Munro ….... Stage Manager            

Frankie Reekie …. Assistant Stage Manager

Kelly Reekie, Thom McCaughey, Arnold Lowden........... Stage Hands

SYNOPSIS: a witty English comedy

Tired of boring her tourists, a flamboyant tour guide Lettice Douffet, decides instead to embellish the history behind an English country house. She meets with great success, but ends up getting fired by her straitlaced employer, Lotte Schoen, for doing this. The play centres on the oddly charming relationship that develops afterwards between these two delightful but very different English ladies, as they struggle to face a threatening world of modern technology and increasing ugliness. It turns out that Lettice and Lotte are a gentle odd couple, united by a love of history, classical architecture and a tendency to dress up and laced with copious amounts of Elizabethan cordial (made from vodka and lovage – an Old English Tudor herb).

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