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1990-1994

RSC 1990 director: Terry Hands

STRATFORD

1990: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (RST) Souvenir Programme
David Waller, David Killick, Bernard Wright, Andrew Havill, Desmond Barrit (as Antipholus of Syracuse/Antipholus of Ephesus), Graham Turner (as Dromio of Syracuse/Dromio of Ephesus), Estelle Kohler (as Adriana), Caroline Loncq, Raymond Bowers, John Bott, Polly Kemp, John Hodgkinson, Toni Palmer, Cherry Morris, Stephen Casey, Ross Harvey, Ian Embleton, Marston Bloom, Penny Jones, Anthony Skordi, Catherine White, Stephanie Knott, Hannah Langley; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8x12; stylish programme with "Advent Calendar"-style opening doors on the front; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1990: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Paul Webster (as Leonato), Trevor Martin, Alex Kingston (as Hero), Mary Chater, Andrea Wray, Susan Fleetwood (as Beatrice), Mike Dowling, Lucy Slater, John Carlisle (as Don Pedro), Vincent Regan, John McAndrew (as Claudio), Roger Allam (as Benedick), Ken Shorter, Dominic Mafham, Marston Bloom, Jamie Hinde, David Clark, Nicholas Johnson, George Raistrick, Arnold Yarrow, Bill McGuirk, Andrew Havill, Anthony Skordi; dir:Bill Alexander [40pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, photographs, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1990: KING LEAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Wood (as King Lear), Estelle Kohler (as Goneril), Paul Webster, Sally Dexter (as Regan), Richard Ridings, Alex Kingston (as Cordelia), Clarence Smith, Michael Gardiner, David Troughton, Norman Rodway (as Gloucester), Linus Roache (as Edgar), Ralph Fiennes (as Edmund), Linda Kerr Scott, Michael Bott, Ken Shorter, Paterson Joseph, Bill McGuirk, Marston Bloom, Penny Jones, Rowena King, Julie Saunders, Lucy Slater, Stephen Casey, Simon Austin, Ross Harvey, Vincent Regan, Griffith Jones; dir:Nicholas Hytner [40pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, photographs, biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1990: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Simon Russell Beale (as King of Navarre), Bernard Wright (as Longaville), Paterson Joseph (as Dumaine), Ralph Fiennes (as Berowne), John Wood (as Don Adriano de Armado), Nicholas Besley, Jon-Sel Gourkan, John Hodgkinson, Carol Royle (as Princess of France), David Killick, Katrina Levon, Caroline Loncq, Amanda Root (as Rosaline), Griffith Jones, Marston Bloom, Shura Greenberg, Jamie Hinde, Richard Ridings, Lloyd Hutchinson, Alex Kingston (as Jaquenetta), David Troughton (as Holofernes), Paul Webster; dir:Terry Hands [pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, production photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1990: SHOW BOAT - Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II (RST) Souvenir Programme
Co-production with Opera North: Trevor Peacock, Dilys Laye, Linda Kitchen or Rosa Mannion (as Magnolia), Simon Green, Susie Lee-Hayward, Fiona Kimm or Rosemary Ashe (as Julie La Verne), Mark Stewart, Ellia English or Karla Burns, Jose Garcia or Bruce Hubbard (as Joe), Paul Benthall, Paul Wade, Mark Lufton, Peter Savidge or Jason Howard (as Ravenal), Bruce Budd, Philip Mills, Peter Bodenham, Lesley Roberts, Stephen Briggs, Stephen Dowson, James Thornton, Sidonie Winter, Jacqueline Perkins, Lucy Elizabeth Field or Elisa Booker, Trefor Glenn, Shirley Thomas, Ceris Deverill, Gladwyn Taylor; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, list of musical numbers, orchestra list, chorus list, biographies w.photos, credits etc.; VG] (£6) SOLD

1990: RICHARD II (RST) Cast List only
Alex Jennings, Alan MacNaughtan, Anton Lesser, David Waller, Margaret Robertson, Linus Roache, Paul Jesson, Marjorie Yates; dir:Ron Daniels [2pp, 8x12; cast list, credits etc.; folds, else VG] £free

1990: THE SEAGULL - Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn (The Swan)
Graham Turner, Katy Behean, Alfred Burke, Simon Russell Beale (as Konstantin), Arnold Yarrow, Amanda Root (as Nina), Cherry Morris, John Carlisle, Trevor Martin, Susan Fleetwood (as Arkadina), Roger Allam (as Trigorin), Mary Chater, David Summer; dir:Terry Hands [8pp quadruple-fold , 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1990: EDWARD II - Christopher Marlowe (The Swan)
Simon Russell Beale (as Edward II), Katy Behean, Callum Dixon, John McAndrew, Grant Thatcher (as Gaveston), George Anton, Ian Embleton, Lloyd Hutchinson, Raymond Bowers, Ciaran Hinds, John Warnaby, John Bott, David Killick, Alec Linstead, George Raistrick, Shura Greenberg, John Hodgkinson, Anthony Skordi, Dominic Mafham, Jamie Hinde, Polly Kemp; dir:Gerard Murphy [8pp quadruple-fold , 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1990: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (The Swan)
Sylvester Morand, Michael Gardiner, Alfred Burke, Paul Jesson, Richard Ridings, Ciaran Hinds (as Achilles), Grant Thatcher, Paterson Joseph, Simon Russell Beale (as Thersites), Richard Avery, Sally Dexter, Griffith Jones, Ralph Fiennes (as Troilus), David Troughton, John Warnaby, Michael Bott, Linda Kerr Scott, Mike Dowling, Simon Austin, Amanda Root (as Cressida), Norman Rodway (as Pandarus), Julie Saunders, Shura Greenberg, Lloyd Hutchinson; dir:Sam Mendes [8pp quadruple-fold , 5.5x11.75; cast list, Who's Who in Legend, biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

LONDON

1990: SINGER - Peter Flannery (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Joe Melia, Mick Ford, Antony Sher, Malcolm Storry, Russell Dixon, Eric Francis, Harry Miller, Craig Pinder, Peter Theedom, Mark Williams, Alan Cumming, Adrian Hilton, Jane Maud, Gabrielle Blunt, Cassie Stuart, Jennie-Anne St Clair, Alan Cooke, Jahzel Bonaparte, Carl Fraser, Lucy Ellis, Helena McCarthy, George Malpas, Joseph O'Conor, Amanda Harris; dir:Terry Hands [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: AS YOU LIKE IT (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Howard Ward, Jason Flemyng, Jerome Flynn (as Orlando), Eric Francis, Adrian Hilton, Clifford Rose, Gillian Bevan (as Celia), Sophie Thompson (as Rosalind), Mark Williams, Hugh Ross (as Jacques), Andrew Tansey, Judith Brydon, Lucy Ellis, Joanna Mays, Alison Ruffelle, Cassie Stuart, Alan Cumming (as Silvius), Simon D'Arcy, Andrew Hesker, Maxwell Hutcheon, David Joyce, George Malpas, Craig Pinder, Belinda Baldwin, Louisa Baldwin, Josefa Caetano da Rocha, Candida Vaz, Gethin Davies, Jonathan Freedman, Andrew Funnell, Oliver Gold, Neel Saglani, Amit Shah; dir:John Caird [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: CORIOLANUS (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Charles Dance (as Coriolanus), Barbara Jefford (as Volumnia), Amanda Harris, Jane Maud, Damian Hunt, Jamie Kristian, Frank Moorey, Lewis Jones, Joseph O'Conor (as Menenius), Randal Herley, Peter Birrel, Geoffrey Freshwater, Joe Melia, Rob Edwards, Gabrielle Blunt, Sarah Booth, Lucy Ellis, Jane Gwilliams, Sarah McVicar, Joanna Mays, Alison Ruffelle, Michael Tudor Barnes, John Drake, Richard Earthy, Jason Flemyng, Adrian Hilton, Michael Hughes, David Joyce, Leonard Maguire, Harry Miller, Niall Refoy, John Rolfe, Daniel Ryan, Andrew Tansey, Steven Waddington, Malcolm Storry (as Tullus Aufidius), Ade Sapara; dir:Terry Hands with John Barton [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: BARBARIANS - Maxim Gorky (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Michael Hughes, Steven Waddington, Patrick Godfrey, Jennie-Anne St Clair, Marcus Eyre, Joe Melia, Judith Brydon, Simon D'Arcy, Rob Edwards, Peter Wight, Stephen Boxer, Jane Maud, Louise Jameson, Darlene Johnson, Barbara Jefford, Barry Stanton, Jason Flemyng, Peter Egan, Amanda Harris, Jane Gwilliams, Mick Ford, Niall Refoy, Shelly Willetts, John Kane; dir:David Jones [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: MOSCOW GOLD - Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Clive Merrison, Paola Dionisotti, Darlene Johnson, Gabrielle Lloyd, Frank Mills, Clifford Rose, David Calder, John Drake, William Chubb, Frank Moorey, Michael Hughes, Peter ByGott, Simon D'Arcy, Marcus Eyre, Jason Flemyng, Richard Earthy, Penny Ryder, Matthew Warman, Robert Putt, Mark Williams, Judith Brydon, Sara Llewellyn, Russell Dixon, Craig Pinder, Joseph O'Conor, Abigail Thaw, Richard Doubleday, Sara Kestelman, Natalie Roles, John Kane; dir:Barry Kyle [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Gwen Watford (as The Countess), Paul Venables (as Bertram), Patricia Kerrigan (as Helena), Bruce Alexander (as Parolles), Randal Herley, Geoffrey Freshwater, Maxwell Hutcheon, Sarah Booth, Judith Brydon, Jane Gwilliams, Sarah McVicar, Andrew Hesker, Andrew Tansey, Cheryl Cosgrove, Victoria Glanvill, Owen Lloyd, Justin Saddington, Hugh Ross (as King of France), Clifford Rose, Howard Ward, Rob Edwards, Ian Driver, Jason Flemyng, David Joyce, Niall Refoy, Daniel Ryan, Steven Waddington, Michael Cadman, Helen Blatch, Suzan Sylvester; dir:Barry Kyle [32pp, 8x12; cast list, photos, illustrations, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1990: THE DUCHESS OF MALFI - John Webster (The Pit)
Jerome Flynn, Mick Ford, Stephen Boxer (as Bosola), Russell Dixon, Bruce Alexander (as Ferdinand), Simon D'Arcy, Dennis Clinton, Ian Driver, Andrew Hesker, Harriet Walter (as Duchess of Malfi), Sally Edwards, Judith Brydon, Helen Blatch, Craig Pinder, Patricia Kerrigan, Maxwell Hutcheon, Peter Theedom, Benjamin Mudford, Nicholas Mudford; dir:Bill Alexander [8pp, 6x8.25 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, notes; VG] £3

1990: HAVE - Julius Hay, translated by Peter Hay (The Pit)
John Ramm, Michael Loughnan, Naomi Wirthner, Rob Heyland, Hilary Tones, Estelle Kohler, Sarah Crowden, Vincent Regan, Jennie Heslewood, Keith Goozee, Neil Richardson, Leon Greene, Rebecca Saire, Ben Miles, Georgia Slowe, Polly Kemp, Amanda Bellamy, Evan Russell, Cherry Morris, William Chubb, Griffith Jones, Liza Hayden; dir:Janice Honeyman [8pp, 6x8.25 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, notes; VG] £3

1990: PERICLES (The Pit)
Rudolph Walker, Rob Edwards (as Pericles), Suzan Sylvester (as Marina), Michael Cadman, Sarah McVicar, Niall Refoy, Ian Driver, Harry Miller, Daniel Ryan, Ade Sapara, Steven Waddington, Randal Herley, Peter Theedom, Jane Maud, Helen Blatch, Sarah Booth, Jane Gwilliams, Dennis Clinton, Russell Dixon, Sally Edwards (as Thaisa); dir:David Thacker [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, notes; VG] £3

1990: A DREAM OF PEOPLE - Michael Hastings (The Pit)
Doreen Ingleton, Peter McEnery, Clifford Rose, Alison Ruffelle, Susan Porrett, Sarah Booth, Maurice Kaufman, Michael Cadman, Irene Sutcliffe, Judy Parfitt, Mark Williams, Carolyn Backhouse, Thomas Ardill, Jethro Ross-Wood, Leonard Maguire, Nadim Sawalha, Gabrielle Blunt, Eric Francis, Dennis Clinton, John Rolfe, George Malpas; dir:Janet Suzman [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, notes; VG] £3

1990: EARWIG - Paula Milne (The Pit)
Joanna Mays, Matthew Warman, Richard Doubleday, Alison Ruffelle, Lisa Harrow, Geoffrey Freshwater, Ian Driver, Joanne Leigh-Palmer, Christopher Fulford, Ralph Brown, Maurice Kaufmann, Michael Hughes, Lewis Jones, Clive Russell, Sally Edwards, Helen Blatch, Peter Birrel, Andrew Hesker, Anne Carroll, Dave Hill, Ian Bolt; dir:Ron Daniels [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, photos, notes; VG] £3

1990: SINGER - Peter Flannery (The Pit)
Joe Melia, Mick Ford, Antony Sher, Malcolm Storry, Russell Dixon, Eric Francis, Harry Miller, Craig Pinder, Peter Theedom, Mark Williams, Alan Cumming, Adrian Hilton, Jane Maud, Gabrielle Blunt, Cassie Stuart, Jennie-Anne St Clair, Ade Sapara, Carl Fraser, Karl Maddix, Lucy Ellis, Helena McCarthy, George Malpas, Joseph O'Conor, Amanda Harris; dir:Terry Hands [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1990: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
Julien Ball, Alison Fiske (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Kate Dyson (as Mme de Volanges), Leigh Funnelle (as Cecile Volanges), Pip Miller (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Paul Sirr, Irene Sutcliffe, Joanne Stoner (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Polly Irvin, Christopher Hollis; dir:David Leveaux [28pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 9 production photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES - Christopher Hampton (Ambassadors) Souvenir Programme
David Jarvis, Diana Kent (as La Marquise de Merteuil), Margot Leicester (as Mme de Volanges), Jane Arden (as Cecile Volanges), Daniel J Travanti (as Le Vicomte de Valmont), Julien Ball, Margaret Ward, Nicola King (as La Presidente de Tourvel), Julie Graham, Floyd Bevan; dir:David Leveaux [28pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 9 production photos, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1990 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.1
cover: Graham Turner and Desmond Barrit in THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, 50+ photos, incl. THE LAST DAYS OF DON JUAN - Nick Dear, Premiere of SINGER, Interview with Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton about MOSCOW GOLD, Interview with Charles Dance, Past RSC Tours (7 photos), COMEDY OF ERRORS (6 photos), BARBARIANS (6 photos), Gerard Murphy and Simon Russell Beale in EDWARD II, New Faces etc. [28pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

1990 (Autumn): RSC MAGAZINE No.2
cover: John Wood as KING LEAR
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, photos, incl. Richard Nelson on TWO SHAKESPEAREAN ACTORS, RSC Regional Tours (16 photos), Interview with Alex Jennings (7 photos), LOVE'S LABOURS LOST w.Ralph Fiennes (8 photos), The new Other Place (10 photos), feature on THE SEAGULL (3 photos) etc. [28pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

RSC 1991 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1991: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (RST) Souvenir Programme
1990 production: Simon Russell Beale (as King of Navarre), Bernard Wright, Paterson Joseph, Ralph Fiennes (as Berowne), John Wood (as Don Adriano), Nicolas Besley, Jon-Sel Gourkan, John Hodgkinson, Carol Royle, David Killick, Katrina Levon, Caroline Loncq, Amanda Root (as Rosaline), Griffith Jones, Marston Bloom, Shura Greenberg, Jamie Hinde, Richard Ridings, Lloyd Hutchinson, Alex Kingston (as Jacquenetta), David Troughton (as Holofernes), Paul Webster; dir:Terry Hands [40pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, c15 production photographs, photos of previous productions biographies, credits etc.; date on cover (24/1/91) and cast page, else VG] £6

1991: HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2 (RST) Souvenir Programme
Julian Glover (as Henry IV), Michael Maloney (as Prince Hal), Ian Hughes, Scott Ransome, Michael Gould, Gary Powell, Denys Hawthorne, Owen Teale (as Hotspur), Sylvestra le Touzel, Philip Voss, Paul Kiernan, Clifford Rose, Kenn Sabberton, Anthony Douse, David Terence, Bernard Kay, Kevin Doyle, Angus Wright, Virginia Denham, Sian Radinger, David Clark, Richard Handy, Robert Stephens (as Falstaff), Rob Edwards, Linda Bassett (as Mistress Quickly), Bill Wallis, Christopher Luscombe, Jane Gurnett, Valerie Sarruf, Joanne Pearce, Albie Woodington; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.5; cast list, illustrated articles, production photographs, photos of previous productions, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £7

1991: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Terence Hillyer, Stephen Webber, Christopher Luscombe, Sylvestra Le Touzel (as Viola), Andrew Dumbleton, Adrian Hardwicke, Roy Heather, Michael Gould, Angus Wright, Jane Gurnett (as Olivia), Bill Wallis, Linda Marlowe, Tim McInnerny (as Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Ken Wynne, Freddie Jones (as Malvolio), Albie Woodington, Sian Radinger, Deborah Winckles, Paul Kiernan, Ian Hughes, Gary Powell; dir:Griff Rhys Jones [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, photographs, biographies,credits etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1991: JULIUS CAESAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Robert Stephens (as Julius Caesar), Celia Gregory, Jane Gurnett (as Portia), Jonathan Hyde (as Brutus), David Bradley (as Cassius), Bernard Gallagher, Terence Wilton, Henry Webster, Alan Partington, Terence Hillyer, Bernard Kay, Stephen Webber, Anthony Douse, Peter ByGott, Owen Teale (as Mark Anthony), Scott Ransome, David Terence, Roy Heather, Andrew McDonald, Michael Poole, Ken Wynne, Jonathan Bausor, Marc Elliott, Richard Martin, Alexis Daniel, Simeon Defoe, Joanne Howarth, Emily Joyce, Andrew Dumbleton; dir:Steven Pimlott [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, 8 production photographs, photos of previous productions, biographies, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £4

1991: ROMEO AND JULIET (RST) Cast List only
Julian Glover, Kenn Sabberton, Simeon Defoe, Andrew Dumbleton, Charles Daish, Kevin Doyle, Sean Murray, Jonathan Newth, Celia Gregory, Randal Herley, Jan Shand, Michael Maloney (as Romeo), Valentine Pelka, Scott Ransome, Sheila Reid (as Nurse), Clare Holman (as Juliet), Tim McInnerney (as Mercutio), Michael Poole, Robert Langdon Lloyd (as Friar Lawrence), Howard Crossley, Anthony Douse, Peter ByGott, Simon Blinkhorne, Lee Broom, Mairead Carty, Hilary Cromie, Emily Joyce, Lucy Tregear, Liam Askins, Matthew Reeve, Thomas Horton, Gavriely Gavriel; dir:David Leveaux [2pp, 8x12; cast list, credits etc.; folds, else VG] £free

1991: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (The Swan)
Richard Bonneville (as Valentine), Barry Lynch (as Proteus), Sean Murray, Clare Holman (as Julia), Josette Bushell-Mingo, Randal Herley, Henry Webster, Saskia Reeves (as Silvia), Richard Moore, Guy Henry, Terence Wilton, Peter ByGott, Lucy Tregear, Simeon Defoe, Howard Crossley, Hilary Crombie; dir:David Thacker [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1991: THE VIRTUOSO - Thomas Shadwell (The Swan)
Barry Lynch, Sean Murray, Andrew Dumbleton, Richard Bonneville, Guy Henry, Saskia Reeves, Josette Bushell-Mingo, Ken Wynne, Adrian Hardwicke, Linda Marlowe, Roy Heather, Freddie Jones, Hilary Crombie, Sheila Reid, Terence Hillyer, Deborah Winckles, Howard Crossley, Stephen Webber, Tim Hudson, Jan Shand, Lucy Tregear; dir:Phyllida Lloyd [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1991: THE ALCHEMIST (The Swan)
Jonathan Hyde (as Face), David Bradley (as Subtle), Joanne Pearce (as Doll Common), Christopher Luscombe, Albie Woodington, Philip Voss (as Sir Epicure Mammon), Barry Lynch, Guy Henry, Bill Wallis, Richard Bonneville, Jane Gurnett, Bernard Gallagher, Alan Partington, Alexis Daniel, Adrian Hardwicke, Joanne Howarth, Tim Hudson, Andrew McDonald; dir:Sam Mendes [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover (29/8/91), else VG] £3

1991: THE BLUE ANGEL - Pam Gems, from the novel Professor Unrat oder Das Ende eines Tyrannen by Heinrich Mann, and MEASURE FOR MEASURE (The Other Place)
Teresa Banham, Judith Bruce, Peter Hugo-Daly, Jason Durr, Cheryl Fergison, Sarah Flind, Julian Forsyth, Jonathan Glynn, Kelly Hunter (as Lola/Mariana), Roger Hyams, Sidney Livingstone, Desmond McNamara, Philip Madoc (as Professor Raat/Duke), Allan Mitchell, Claire Skinner (as Hermine/Isabella), David Haig (as Angelo); dir:Trevor Nunn [16pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] £2

1991: A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS - Thomas Heywood (The Other Place)
Kenn Sabberton, Valentine Pelka, Jonathan Cullen, Barry Lynch (as Wendoll), Michael Maloney (as Frankford), Kevin Doyle, Charles Daish, Saskia Reeves (as Anne Frankford), Sean Murray, Tim Hudson, Howard Crossley, Deborah Winkles, Lucy Tregear, Sylvestra Le Touzel, Gary Powell; dir:Katie Mitchell [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover (7/11/91), else VG] £3

LONDON

1991: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Paul Webster, Trevor Martin, Alex Kingston (as Hero), Mary Chater, Lucy Slater, Susan Fleetwood (as Beatrice), Alec Linstead, Clare Lawrence, John Carlisle, Vincent Regan, John McAndrew, Roger Allam (as Benedick), Ken Shorter, Dominic Mafham, Marston Bloom, Jamie Hinde, Gregory Pitt, Jordan Ross-Wood, George Raistrick, Arnold Yarrow, Bill McGuirk, Andrew Havill, Anthony Skordi; dir:Bill Alexander [40pp, 8x12; cast list, 10 production photos, 11 photos from previous productions, articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£4) SOLD

1991: RICHARD II (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Alex Jennings (as Richard II), Alan MacNaughtan (as John of Gaunt), Anton Lesser (as Bullingbrook), Mike Dowling, Bernard Lloyd, Margaret Robertson, Penny Jones, Michael Bott, Peter de Jersey, Jamie Hinde, Callum Dixon, Vincent Regan, Andrew Havill, Dominic Mafham, Valentina Yakunina (as Isabella), Tessa Dickinson, Jayne Boniface, Paul Jesson, Alec Linstead, Richard Avery, Shura Greenberg, Stephen Casey, Bill McGuirk, John Hodgkinson, John Bott, Bernard Wright, Marjorie Yates, Edward Max; dir:Ron Daniels [40pp, 8x12; cast list, 14 production photos, 10 photos from previous productions, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1991: THE STRANGE CASE OF DR.JEKYLL & MR.HYDE - Robert Louis Stevenson, adapted by David Edgar (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Michael Bott, Oliver Ford Davies, Pippa Guard, Ellie Beaven, Lilly Gallafent, Robert Jones, Mark Turnley, Katrina Levon, Roger Allam (as Dr.Jekyll), John Bott, Alec Linstead, Simon Russell Beale (as Mr.Hyde), Lucy Slater, Leonard Kavanagh, John Hodgkinson, Troy Webb, Simon Elliott, Natalia Cerqueira, Kendal Gaw, Kitty Healey, Johannah Playford; dir:Peter Wood [40pp, 8x12; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1991: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Basil Hoskins, David Killick, Bernard Wright, Andrew Havill, Desmond Barrit (as Antipholus of Syracuse/Antipholus of Ephesus), Graham Turner (as Dromio of Syracuse/Dromio of Ephesus), Estelle Kohler (as Adriana), Caroline Loncq, Raymond Bowers, David Summer, John Hodgkinson, Toni Palmer, Cherry Morris, Stephen Casey, Edward Max, Ian Embleton, Marston Bloom, Penny Jones, Clare Lawrence, Anthony Skordi, Catherine White, Lilly Gallafent, Miriam Honeyball; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8x12; stylish programme with "Advent Calendar"-style opening doors on the front; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £6

1991: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
1990 production: Simon Russell Beale (as King of Navarre), Bernard Wright, Paterson Joseph, Ralph Fiennes (as Berowne), John Wood (as Don Adriano), Paul Fowling / Jacob Soper, John Hodgkinson, Carol Royle, David Killick, Katrina Levon, Caroline Loncq, Amanda Root (as Rosaline), Griffith Jones, Marston Bloom, Shura Greenberg, Jamie Hinde, Richard Ridings, Lloyd Hutchinson, Alex Kingston (as Jacquenetta), David Troughton (as Holofernes), Paul Webster; dir:Terry Hands [36pp, 8x12; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, c15 production photographs, photos of previous productions biographies, credits etc.; rumpled, else VG] £3

1991: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE - Oscar Wilde (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Cherry Morris, Julie Saunders, Leonard Kavanagh, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Lady Hunstanton), Andrew Havill, Nichola McAuliffe, Mary Chater, David Killick, John Carlisle (as Lord Illingworth), Marton Bloom, Carol Royle (as Mrs.Arbuthnot), John Bott, Bill McGuirk, Simon Day, Stuart Hutchinson, Jayne Boniface; dir:Philip Prowse [40pp, 8x12; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1991: THE SEAGULL - Anton Chekhov, translated by Michael Frayn (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Graham Turner, Katy Behean, Alfred Burke, Simon Russell Beale (as Konstantin), David Summer, Amanda Root (as Nina), Cherry Morris, John Carlisle, Trevor Martin, Susan Fleetwood (as Arkadina), Roger Allam (as Trigorin), Mary Chater, Edward Max; dir:Terry Hands [36pp, 8x12; cast list, articles, 12+ production photos, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1991: TWO SHAKESPEAREAN ACTORS - Richard Nelson (The Pit)
Anton Lesser (as Edwin Forrest), Polly Kemp, Catherine White, Georgiana Dacombe, George Raistrick, George Anton, Ken Shorter, Arnold Yarrow, Trevor Martin, Paul Jesson, John Carlisle (as William Charles Macready), Michael Gardiner, Penny Jones, John Warnaby, Alfred Burke, Vincent Regan, Michael Bott, Bill McGuirk, Andrew Havill, Mary Chater, Clare Lawrence, Ciaran Hinds (as Dion Bouccicault), Yolanda Vazquez, John Bott, Stephen Casey, Callum Dixon, Dominic Mafham, Anthony Skordi; dir:Roger Michell [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1991: THE BRIGHT AND BOLD DESIGN - Peter Whelan (The Pit)
Bill McGuirk, Clare Lawrence, Katy Behean, Georgiana Dacombe, Catherine White, Paul Webster, Clive Russell, Polly Kemp, Alex Kingston, Callum Dixon; dir:Bill Alexander [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1991: THE PRETENDERS - Henrik Ibsen, version by Chris Hannan (The Pit)
David Calder, David Summer, Vincent Regan, Penny Jones, Catherine White, Polly Kemp, Dominic Mafham, Colin Wyatt, Georgiana Dacombe, Paterson Joseph, John Hodgkinson, Lloyd Hutchinson, Linda Kerr Scott, Edward Max, Alan MacNaughtan, Shura Greenberg, Stephen Casey, Corinne Harris, Andrew Cryer; dir:Danny Boyle [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1991: ELECTRA - Sophocles, translated by Kenneth McLeish (Riverside Studios)
Philip Locke, John Lynch (as Orestes), Richard Leaf, Fiona Shaw (as Elektra), Annette Badland, Ursula Jones, Kate Littlewood, Gabrielle Lloyd, Margery Withers, Susan Colverd (as Chrysothemis), Sheila Gish (as Clytemnestra), Gordon Case; dir:Deborah Warner [4pp, 5.4x11.75; cast list, biographies, credits etc.; revival of the 1988 production; VG] (£2) SOLD

1991 (Dec): RSC FRINGE Repertoire Leaflet (King's Head)
EVENTS WHILE GUARDING THE BOFORS GUNS - John McGrath (w.Ciaran Hinds, Lloyd Hutchinson); LILLIAN - William Luce (w.Margaret Robertson); THE HOLDING CELL - Joe Hinche; A LIFE IN THE THEATRE - David Mamet (w.Simon Day); CONVERSATIONS IN AN EMPTY SPACE - Jim Dunk, and BAR AND GER - Geraldine Aron; KINDNESS OF STRANGERS - Tennessee Williams (w.Shura Greenberg, Cherry Morris); HAVE YOU MET OUR RABBIT - Michael Stevens, and THE CLEAN UP - Juliet Aykroyd; COWBOY MOUTH - Sam Shepard (w.Petrina Cnossen); PLAYING WITH FIRE - Strindberg (w.Dominic Mafham); SALT WATER MOON - David French; MOONLIT BLETHERSKITS - Catherine Jansen; WEDDED - A SONG CYCLE - Roy Mitchell and Kevin Malpass; THE DIARY OF A MADMAN - Nikolai Gogol (w.Simon Day); A CABARET (MC: Des Barrit); EXILE - David Ian Neville (w.Corrine Harris); THE MAIDS - Genet (w.Mary Chater, Wendy Heller, Kay Fox); LIKE TO LIVE - Louise Page (w.Georgiana Dacombe, Penny Jones) [6pp triple-fold, 3.9x8.25; brief details of each show, performance dates, booking information, performance schedule etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

ON TOUR

1991: THE BLUE ANGEL - Pam Gems, from the novel Professor Unrat oder Das Ende eines Tyrannen by Heinrich Mann, and MEASURE FOR MEASURE (The Other Place)
Teresa Banham, Judith Bruce, Peter Hugo-Daly, Jason Durr, Cheryl Fergison, Sarah Flind, Julian Forsyth, Jonathan Glynn, Kelly Hunter (as Lola/Mariana), Roger Hyams, Sidney Livingstone, Desmond McNamara, Philip Madoc (as Professor Raat/Duke), Allan Mitchell, Claire Skinner (as Hermine/Isabella), David Haig (as Angelo); dir:Trevor Nunn [20pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, 10 production photos, biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] £4

1991: March-September REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on HENRY IV Parts I and II (w.Michael Maloney, Robert Stephens), TWELFTH NIGHT (directed by Griff Rhys Jones), ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Michael Maloney, Clare Holman), THE VIRTUOSO, THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, THE ALCHEMIST (w.David Bradley, Joanne Pearce) (Stratford); LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (w.Ralph Fiennes, Amanda Root), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Roger Allam, Susan Fleetwood, Alex Kingston), KING LEAR (w.John Wood, Ralph Fiennes, Alex Kingston), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (w.Desmond Barrit, Graham Turner), THE SEAGULL (w.Susan Fleetwood, Roger Allam, Simon Russell Beale), TWO SHAKESPEAREAN ACTORS (w.John Carlisle, Anton Lesser), THE LAST DAYS OF DON JUAN (w.Linus Roache, Sally Dexter), EDWARD II (w.Simon Russell Beale), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (w.Ralph Fiennes, Amanda Root) (Barbican) [32pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (18 March-14 September), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] (£4) SOLD

1991-92: August 1991-January 1992 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on JULIUS CAESAR (w.Jonathan Hyde, Owen Teale, David Bradley), ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Michael Maloney, Clare Holman), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Sylvestra le Touzel, Freddie Jones), HENRY IV Parts I and II (w.Michael Maloney, Robert Stephens), THE THEBANS (w.Rob Edwards, Joanne Pearce, John Shrapnel), THE ALCHEMIST (w.David Bradley, Joanne Pearce), 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE (w.Jonathan Cullen, Saskia Reeves), THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (w.Barry Lynch, Richard Bonneville, Saskia Reeves), THE VIRTUOSO (w.Freddie Jones, Sean Murray, Richard Bonneville, Saskia Reeves), THE BLUE ANGEL, MEASURE FOR MEASURE, A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS (w.Sylvestra le Touzel, Michael Maloney) (Stratford); A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE (directed by Philip Prowse), DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE (directed by Peter Wood), RICHARD II (w.Alex Jennings), THE BRIGHT AND BOLD DESIGN (directed by Bill Alexander), THE PRETENDERS (w.Paterson Joseph), CURSE OF THE STARVING CLASS (w.Susan Fleetwood), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (w.Desmond Barrit, Graham Turner), THE SEAGULL (w.Susan Fleetwood, Roger Allam, Simon Russell Beale), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Roger Allam, Susan Fleetwood, Alex Kingston, John Carlisle), KING LEAR (w.John Wood, Ralph Fiennes, Alex Kingston), THE LAST DAYS OF DON JUAN (w.Linus Roache, George Anton, Sally Dexter), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (w.Ralph Fiennes, Amanda Root, Simon Russell Beale), EDWARD II (w.Simon Russell Beale, Grant Thatcher) (Barbican) [44pp, 5.9x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (5 August 1991-25 January 1992), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1991 (Spring): RSC MAGAZINE No.3
cover: Owen Teale as Hotspur in HENRY IV Part One
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, photos, incl. Sylvestra le Touzel in TWELFTH NIGHT, Interview with Guy Woolfenden (9 photos), feature on 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, Nicholas Hytner and John Wood on KING LEAR (5 photos), HENRY IV PT.1 (11 colour production photos), Interview with Michael Maloney (6 photos), Pam Gems on THE BLUE ANGEL, feature on The Other Place etc. [28pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

1991 (Autumn): RSC MAGAZINE No.4
cover: Michael Maloney and Clare Holman in ROMEO AND JULIET
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles: Chris Hannan on THE PRETENDERS, the RSC's Newcastle seasons (5 photos), THE ALCHEMIST (4 photos), THE VIRTUOSO (5 photos), 25 years of Terry Hands at the RSC (9 photos), Interview with Susan Fleetwood (6 photos), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (5 photos), THE BLUE ANGEL (5 photos), David Edgar on DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; 45+ photos in all; VG] £5

RSC 1992 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1992: AS YOU LIKE IT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Adrian Lukis, Alan Cox, Peter de Jersey (as Orlando), Alfred Burke, Jack Waters, Andrew Jarvis, Phyllida Hancock, Samantha Bond (as Rosalind), Anthony O'Donnell, Nick Kemp, Nick Holder, Susie Lee Hayward, David Burt, Jonathan Cake, James Walker, Bella Enahoro, Emma Gregory, Jenna Russell, Susan-Jane Tanner, Andrew Cryer, Jeffery Dench, Michael Siberry (as Jacques), John Bott; dir:David Thacker [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1992: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Jeffery Dench, Pearce Quigley, Paul Webster, John Nettles (as Page), Benjamin Whitrow (as Falstaff), John Bott, Roger Frost, Guy Williams, Catherine Mears, Gemma Jones (as Mistress Page), Cheryl Campbell (as Mistress Ford), Nick Holder, Andrew Jarvis, Frederick Binley, Christopher Killen, Barbara Jefford (as Mistress Quickly), Ron Cook, Peter de Jersey, Anton Lesser (as Ford), Ciaran McIntyre, Ian Taylor, David Clark, Jon-Sel Gourkan, Geoffrey Abbott, Emma Gregory, Stephanie Jacob, Susie Lee Hayward, Colin Starkey, Angela Vale, Lucy Field, Finnghuala Gregory, Ivor Hill, Jade Jefferies, Helen Marsh,James Roberts, Alex Slocombe, Billy Slocombe, Jessica Eastgate, Eleanor Jacobs, Rosamond Jacobs, Karl Martinez, Anthony Mitchell, Nicola Reed, Richard Storry, Abby Williams; dir:David Thacker [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1992: THE WINTER'S TALE (RST) Souvenir Programme
John Bott, Benjamin Whitrow, Paul Jesson, John Nettles (as Leontes), Samantha Bond (as Hermione), Marc Elliott, Stefan Weclawek, Angela Vale, Catherine Mears, John Hodgkinson, Ian Taylor, Guy Williams, Andrew Jarvis, Gemma Jones (as Paulina), Roger Frost, Pearce Quigley, James Walker, Jeffery Dench, Graham Turner, Richard McCabe (as Autolycus), Alan Cox, Phyllida Hancock (as Perdita), Jenna Russell, Stephanie Jacob, Barnaby Kay, Fiona Bocock, Michael Hales, Robert Hales, Edmund Kingsley, Kate Kruszynskyj, Poppy Lawton, Kate Mission, Antony Woolf; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £6

1992: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Richard Johnson (as Antony), Paul Jesson (as Enobarbus), Peter de Jersey, James Walker, Colin Starkey, Griffith Jones, John Hodgkinson, Geoffrey Abbott, Chris Crooks, Clare Higgins (as Cleopatra), Claire Benedict, Susie Lee Hayward, Nick Holder, Nick Kemp, Jasper Britton, Alan Cox, Maxwell Hutcheon, Elizabeth Renihan, Jenna Russell, Neil Skellern, Ben Steele, Andrew Douglas, Adrian Hutchings, Alex Wilman, Stefan Straub, Curtis Mason, Mandip Jheetah, John Nettles (as Octavius Caesar), Phyllida Hancock, Roger Frost, Andrew Jarvis, David Burt, Dominic Mafham, James Connolly, Andrew Cryer, Toby Stephens (as Pompey), Alfred Burke (as Lepidus), Gordon Case; dir:John Caird [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £5

1992: ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (The Swan)
Barbara Jefford (as The Countess), Toby Stephens (as Bertram), Sophie Thompson (as Helena), Alfred Burke, Michael Siberry, Jack Waters, Richard Johnson (as King of France), Adrian Lukis, Dominic Mafham, Maxwell Hutcheon, Anthony O'Donnell, Geoffrey Abbott, Dorian MacDonald, Colin Starkey, Andree Evans, Rebecca Saire, Emily Raymond, Emily Watson, Ciaran McIntyre, Griffith Jones; dir:Peter Hall [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, credits, programme notes, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: THE CHANGELING - Thomas Middleton and William Rowley (The Swan)
Michael Siberry (as Alsemero), Guy Williams, Dorian MacDonald, Jack Waters, Cheryl Campbell (as Beatrice-Joanna), Sophie Okonedo, Malcolm Storry (as De Flores), Jeffery Dench, Paul Webster, Geoffrey Freshwater, David Westhead, Barnaby Kay, Pearce Quigley, Stephen Casey, Emily Raymond (as Isabella), Ian Taylor, Emma Gregory, Stephanie Jacob, Catherine Mears, Tracy-Ann Oberman; dir:Michael Attenborough [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, credits, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1992: TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT - Christopher Marlowe (The Swan)
Lloyd Hutchinson, David Westhead, Jasper Britton, Jack Klaff, James Connolly, Nick Kemp, Antony Bunsee, Jonathan Cake, Andree Evans, Antony Sher (as Tamburlaine), Claire Benedict (as Zenocrate), Geoffrey Freshwater, Gordon Case, Malcolm Storry (as Bajazeth), Toby Stephens, Darlene Johnson, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Sophie Okonedo, Trevor Martin, Stephen Casey, Francesca Storry, Hannah Curran, Vivienne Storry, Stacey Murton, Bella Enahoro, Barry Farimond, Tom Horton, Emily Watson; dir:Terry Hands [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, credits, programme notes, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: A JOVIAL CREW - Richard Brome (The Swan)
Paul Jesson, Rebecca Saire, Emily Raymond, Stephen Casey, Pearce Quigley, Maxwell Hutcheon, Ron Cook, David Westhead, Antony Bunsee, Ciaran McIntyre, Ian Taylor, James Connolly, Roger Frost, Dominic Mafham, Sophie Okonedo, John Hodgkinson, Dorian MacDonald, John McAndrew, Barnaby Kay, Lloyd Hutchinson, Elizabeth Renihan, Angela Vale, Emily Watson, Jasper Britton, Tracy-Ann Oberman; dir:Max Stafford-Clark [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT - Peter Whelan (The Other Place)
Richard McCabe (as Christopher Marlowe), Adrian Lukis (as Thomas Kyd), Nigel Cooke, Graham Turner, John McAndrew, Rebecca Saire, Bella Enahoro, Jack Klaff (as Sir Walter Raleigh), Lloyd Hutchinson, Antony Bunsee, Ken Christriansen; dir:Bill Alexander [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast list, credits, illustrated programme notes, biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] (£3) SOLD

1992: THE ODYSSEY - Homer, retold by Derek Walcott (The Other Place)
Ron Cook (as Odysseus), Amanda Harris, Stephen Casey, Claire Benedict, Trevor Martin, Susan-Jane Tanner, Rudolph Walker, Jonathan Cake, David Westhead, Gordon Case, Antony Bunsee, Sophie Okonedo, Geoffrey Freshwater, Bella Enahoro, Darlene Johnson, Peter de Jersey; dir:Gregory Doran [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, credits, programme notes, biographies etc.; date on cover (23/7/92), else VG] (£3) SOLD

LONDON

1992: ROMEO AND JULIET (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Denys Hawthorne, Ian Hartley, Michael Higgs, Stephen Moyer (as Abraham), David Birrell, Kevin Doyle, Ian Hughes, Jonathan Newth, Jan Shand, Randal Herley, Helen Blatch, Michael Maloney (as Romeo), Valentine Pelka, Scott Ransome, Sheila Reid (as Nurse), Clare Holman (as Juliet), Tim McInnerny (as Mercutio), Michael Poole, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Oliver Darley, Anthony Douse, Peter Bygott, Constance Byrne, Emily Joyce, Lesley Maguire, Biddy Wells, Ben Guy, Jack Hodd, Nicholas Matthews, Aaron Singer-Lee; dir:David Leveaux [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1992: HAMLET (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Anthony Douse, David Birrell, Tim Hudson, Rob Edwards, Clifford Rose, John Shrapnel (as Claudius), Jane Lapotaire (as Gertrude), Kenneth Branagh (as Hamlet), Richard Clothier, Peter Bygott, David Bradley (as Polonius), Richard Bonneville (as Laertes), Joanne Pearce (as Ophelia), Ian Hughes, Michael Gould, Angus Wright, Jonathan Newth, Sian Radinger, Howard Crossley, Kenn Sabberton, Virginia Denham, Richard Moore, Guy Henry, Nick Simons; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£5) SOLD

1992: HENRY IV Parts 1 and 2 (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Julian Glover (as Henry IV), Michael Maloney (as Prince Hal), Ian Hughes, Scott Ransome, Michael Gould, Gary Powell, Denys Hawthorne, Owen Teale (as Hotspur), Sylvestra le Touzel, Philip Voss, Paul Kiernan, Clifford Rose, Anthony Douse, David Terence, Bernard Kay, Peter ByGott, Kevin Doyle, Angus Wright, Virginia Denham, Sian Radinger, Jack Hodd, Ben Maw, Robert Stephens (as Falstaff), Rob Edwards, Linda Bassett (as Mistress Quickly), Ken Sabberton, Christopher Luscombe, Jane Gurnett, Valerie Sarruf, Joanne Pearce, Albie Woodington; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £6

1992: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Richard Bonneville (as Valentine), Barry Lynch (as Proteus), Sean Murray, Clare Holman (as Julia), Constance Byrne, Randal Herley, Henry Webster, Josette Bushell-Mingo (as Silvia), Richard Moore, Guy Henry, Terence Wilton, Peter ByGott, Biddy Wells, Richard Clothier, Tim Hudson, Henry Webster, Biddy Wells, Howard Crossley, Hilary Crombie, Woolly (as Crab); dir:David Thacker [40pp; 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1992: THE ALCHEMIST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Jonathan Hyde, David Bradley, Joanne Pearce, Christopher Luscombe, Albie Woodington, Philip Voss, Richard Bonneville, Guy Henry, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Alexis Daniel, Jane Gurnett, Bernard Gallagher, Alan Partington, Richard Clothier, Oliver Darley, Joanne Howarth, Andrew McDonald, Stephen Webber; dir:Sam Mendes [40pp; 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1992: COLUMBUS AND THE DISCOVERY OF JAPAN - Richard Nelson (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Jonathan Hyde (as Christopher Columbus), Jane Gurnett (as Beatrice), Simon Magnus / Luke Nugent, Philip Voss, Bernard Gallagher, Michael Poole, Michael Higgs, Christopher Luscombe, Christopher Benjamin, Don Gallagher, Tim Hudson, Helen Blatch, Terence Wilton, Christopher Saul, Howard Crossley, David Birrell, Daniel Robson / Robbie Gill, Robert Demeger, Albie Woodington, Constance Byrne, Oliver Darley, Ian Hartley, Andrew McDonald, Stephen Moyer, Nick Simmons, Biddy Wells; dir:John Caird [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1992: THE TEMPEST a rehearsal of a Noh play on the island of Sado (Barbican)
The Ninagawa Company: Haruhiko Joh (as Prospero), Mariko Fuji, Norihiro Inoue, Yoji Matsuda, Hiroki Okawa and company; dir:Yukio Ninagawa [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1992: AMPHIBIANS - Billy Roche (The Pit)
Sean Murray, Barry Lynch, Jane Gurnett, Albie Woodington, Liam O'Callaghan, Richard Bonneville; dir:Michael Attenborough [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: ARTISTS AND ADMIRERS - Alexander Ostrovsky, new version by Kevin Elyot (The Pit)
Linda Bassett, Philip Voss, Christopher Benjamin, Rob Edwards, Sylvestra le Touzel, Jane Gurnett, Kevin Doyle, Denys Hawthorne, Christopher Luscombe; dir:Phyllida Lloyd [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: THE VIRTUOSO - Thomas Shadwell (The Pit)
Barry Lynch, Sean Murray, Tim Hudson, Richard Bonneville, Guy Henry, Saskia Reeves, Josette Bushell-Mingo, Ken Wynne, Linda Marlowe, Stephen Webber, Christopher Benjamin, Hilary Crombie, Deborah Winckles, Andrew Dumbleton, Joanne Howarth, Howard Crossley, Patrick Carter, Richard Clothier, Tim Hudson, Chrissy Roberts; dir:Phyllida Lloyd [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE - John Ford (The Pit)
Jonathan Newth, Jonathan Cullen (as Giovanni), Jonathan Hyde (as Vasques), Charles Daish, Bernard Gallagher, Randal Herley, Tim McInnerny, Saskia Reeves (as Annabella), Sheila Reid, Richard Bonneville, Guy Henry, Terence Wilton, Mairead Carty, Celia Gregory, Michael Poole, Emily Joyce, Joanne Howarth, Alexis Daniel, Tim Hudson, Henry Webster; dir:David Leveaux [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.4x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1992: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Young Vic)
Philip Madoc, David Haig, Claire Skinner, Roger Hyams, Julian Forsyth, Jason Durr, Peter Hugo-Daly, Desmond McNamara; dir:Trevor Nunn [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, production photos, biographies etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1992: THE BLUE ANGEL - Pam Gems, from the novel Professor Unrat oder Das Ende eines Tyrannen by Heinrich Mann (Globe)
Kelly Hunter, Philip Madoc, Judith Bruce, Sidney Livingstone, Peter Hugo-Daly, Cheryl Fergison, Sarah Flind, Julian Forsyth, Desmond McNamara, Patrick Toomey, Jackie Ekers, Charles Simpson, Jonathan Weir, Arhlene Allan, Michael Sanderson, Kim Barry, Gerald Home, Peter Whitfield; dir:Trevor Nunn [60pp, 6.75x9.5; photos, articles etc.; VG] £4

1992: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE - Oscar Wilde (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Faith Brook, Jaye Griffiths, Leonard Kavanagh, Gwen Watford (as Lady Hunstanton), Andrew Havill, Jennifer Hilary, Mary Chater, Patrick Hannaway, John Carlisle (as Lord Illingworth), James Tucker, Carol Royle (as Mrs.Arbuthnot), John Gill, Bill McGuirk, Angus MacLennan, George Giles, Nada Sharp; dir:Philip Prowse [48pp, 6.7x9.6; cast, biographies, c30 cast and production photos, illustrated articles etc.; an attractive programme; VG] £5

1992: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE - Oscar Wilde (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Faith Brook, Paulette Ivory, Leonard Kavanagh, Gwen Watford (as Lady Hunstanton), Andrew Havill, Jennifer Hilary, Nada Sharp, Patrick Hannaway, John Carlisle (as Lord Illingworth), James Tucker, Carol Royle (as Mrs.Arbuthnot), John Gill, Bill McGuirk, Angus MacLennan, George Giles, Sybil Allen; dir:Philip Prowse [48pp, 6.7x9.6; cast, biographies, c30 cast and production photos, illustrated articles etc.; very minor marks, else VG; an attractive programme] £5

ON TOUR

1992: A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE - Oscar Wilde (Kings Theatre, Edinburgh)
Cherry Morris, Jaye Griffiths, Leonard Kavanagh, Barbara Leigh-Hunt (as Lady Hunstanton), Andrew Havill, Jennifer Hilary, Sara Crowe, Patrick Hannaway, John Carlisle (as Lord Illingworth), David Monteath, Carol Royle (as Mrs.Arbuthnot), John Gill, Ken Ratcliffe, James Tucker, Stuart Hutchison, Nada Sharp; dir:Philip Prowse [32pp, 5.8x8.4; cast, biographies w.photos, articles, attractively illustrated; minor marks, else VG] £3

1992: March-September REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Anton Lesser), AS YOU LIKE IT (w.Samantha Bond), THE WINTER'S TALE, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, THE BEGGAR'S OPERA (w.David Burt), A JOVIAL CREW, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (w.Rosemary Harris), TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (w.Antony Sher), THE ODYSSEY (Stratford); HENRY IV Part I, HENRY IV Part II (w.Julian Glover, Michael Maloney, Robert Stephens), THE ALCHEMIST, ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Michael Maloney, Clare Holman), THE VIRTUOSO (w.Richard Bonneville), 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS (Barbican) [40pp, 5.9x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (26 March-12 September 1992), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1992-93: August 1992-January 1993 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.Richard Johnson, Clare Higgins), AS YOU LIKE IT (w.Samantha Bond), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Benjamin Whitrow, Barbara Jefford), THE WINTER'S TALE (w.John Nettles), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Amanda Harris, Anton Lesser), THE CHANGELING (w.Cheryl Campbell), TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (w.Antony Sher), A JOVIAL CREW, THE BEGGAR'S OPERA, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (w.Barbara Jefford, Toby Stephens), THE ODYSSEY, THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT, RICHARD III (w.Simon Russell Beale) (Stratford); COLUMBUS, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (w.Richard Bonneville), ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Michael Maloney, Clare Holman), THE ALCHEMIST, THE THEBANS (Sophocles' Oedipus plays), AMPHIBIANS, ARTISTS AND ADMIRERS, THE DYBBUK (w.Joanne Pearce), THE VIRTUOSO, A WOMAN KILLED WITH KINDNESS (Barbican) [48pp, 5.9x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (3 August - 30 January), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices, Armchair Proms, Scandinavian Arts Festival etc. etc.; VG] £4

1992-93: August 1992-March 1993 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on THE TEMPEST (Ninagawa's production), HAMLET (w.Kenneth Branagh), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (w.Desmond Barrit), THE TWO GENTLEMAN OF VERONA (w.Richard Bonneville) (Barbican); THE WINTER'S TALE (w.John Nettles), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Benjamin Whitrow, Barbara Jefford), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.Richard Johnson, Clare Higgins), A JOVIAL CREW, THE CHANGELING (w.Cheryl Campbell), THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT, RICHARD III (w.Simon Russell Beale), AS YOU LIKE IT, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE BEGGAR'S OPERA, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT, THE ODYSSEY (Stratford) [32pp, 5.9x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (31 August-13 March), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1992 (Autumn): RSC MAGAZINE No.6
cover: Antony Sher as TAMBURLAINE
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, photos, incl. Antony Sher as TAMBURLAINE (5 photos), ANTIGONES (4 photos), Interview with Michael Attenborough (5 photos), Kenneth Branagh at the RSC (10 photos), THE WINTER'S TALE (6 photos), Simon Russell Beale as RICHARD III (7 photos), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (5 photos), Sixty Years of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre (6 photos), Stanley Wells on Laurence Olivier (5 photos) etc. [28pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

RSC 1993 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1993: KING LEAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Robert Stephens (as King Lear), Janet Dale, Jenny Quayle, Abigail McKern, Richard Clothier, Stuart Bunce, John Normington, Simon Dormandy, David Calder (as Kent), David Bradley (as Gloucester), Simon Russell Beale (as Edgar), Owen Teale, Ian Hughes (as Fool), Peter ByGott, Mark Lockyer, Christopher Robbie, Tim Hudson, Nick Simons, Lloyd Notice, Raymond Bowers, Christopher Colquhoun, Virginia Grainger, Sian Radinger; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1993: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Owen Teale (as King Of Navarre), Jeremy Northam (as Berowne), Guy Henry, Robert Portal, Jenny Quayle, Abigail McKern, Virginia Grainger, Alexander Gilbreath, Paul Greenwood, Nick Simons, Daniel Massey (as Don Adriano), Christopher Luscombe, John Normington (as Holofernes), Raymond Bowers, Mike Burnside, Mark Lewis Jones, Sara Weymouth, Tim Hudson, Robin Pratt, Caroline Payne, Stuart Bunce, Damien Lyne; dir:Ian Judge [48pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, photographs, biographies, credits etc.; date on cover (18 Nov 1993), else VG] £5

1993: THE TEMPEST (RST) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Robbie, Mike Burnside, Paul Greenwood, James Hayes, Clifford Rose, Christopher Hunter, Alec McCowen (as Prospero), Sarah Woodward (as Miranda), Simon Russell Beale (as Ariel), David Troughton (as Caliban), Mark Lewis Jones (as Ferdinand), David Birrell, Richard Clothier, David Bradley, Mark Lockyer, Sian Radinger, Virginia Grainger, Johanna Benyon, Peter Grimes, Sean Hannaway, Robin Pratt, Sara Weymouth; dir:Sam Mendes [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, photographs, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1993: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Clifford Rose (as Antonio), Tim Hudson, Richard Clothier, Owen Teale, Mark Lewis Jones, Mark Lockyer, David Calder (as Shylock), Christopher Luscombe, Raymond Bowers, Kate Duchene, Nick Simons, Christopher Robbie, Stuart Bunce, Christopher Colquhoun, Daniel York, Johanna Benyon, Penny Downie (as Portia), Debra Gillett, David Weston, Ray Fearon, Robert Portal, Tania Levey; dir:David Thacker [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, photographs, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1993: MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL - T S Eliot (The Swan)
Sheila Ballantine, Kate Duchene, Cherry Morris, Sarah Woodward, Paul Greenwood, Clifford Rose, Robin Soans, David Birrell, Michael Feast (as Thomas Becket), Ray Fearon, Guy Henry, Jonathan Phillips, Simon Coury, Alexi K Campbell, Sean Hannaway, David Weston; dir:Steven Pimlott [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE VENETIAN TWINS - Carlo Goldoni (The Swan)
Sarah Woodward, Sian Radinger, Robin Soans, James Hayes, David Troughton (as Zanetto and Tonino), Christopher Hunter, Jenny Quayle, Jonathan Phillips, Guy Henry, Ian Hughes, Gary Taylor, Peter ByGott, Mike Burnside, Alexi K Campbell, Simon Coury, Damien Lyne, Caroline Payne, Sara Weymouth, Anita Wright; dir:Michael Bogdanov [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE COUNTRY WIFE - William Wycherley (The Swan)
Jeremy Northam, Jonathan Phillips, Robert Portal, Robin Soans, Simon Dormandy, David Delve, Deborah Gillett, Kate Duchene, Abigail McKern, Janet Dale, Anne Lambton, Cherry Morris, Alexandra Gilbreath; dir:Max Stafford-Clark [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: ELGAR'S RONDO - David Pownall (The Swan)
Alec McCowen, Sheila Ballantine, John Carlisle, Anne Lambton, Peter ByGott, Debra Gillett, James Hayes, Gary Taylor, Ian Hughes, Sean Hannaway, David Weston, Alexi K Campbell, David Delve, Tania Levey, Anita Wright; dir:Di Trevis [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover (28 October 1993), else VG] £3

1993: GHOSTS - Henrik Ibsen, translated by Michael Meyer (The Other Place)
Alexandra Gilbreath, John Normington, John Carlisle, Jane Lapotaire (as Mrs.Alving), Simon Russell Beale (as Oswald); dir:Katie Mitchell [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

LONDON

1993: THE BEGGAR'S OPERA - John Gay (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Alan Cox (as Beggar / Filch), Griffith Jones, Paul Jesson (as Peachum), Susan-Jane Tanner (as Mrs Peacham), Elizabeth Renihan (as Polly Peacham), James Connolly, John Hodgkinson, Angela Vale, Michael Cantwell, Jasper Britton (as Ben Budge), Stephanie Jacob, Jonathan Cake, Nick Kemp, Geoffrey Abbott, David Burt (as Macheath), Emma Gregory, Samantha Shaw, Phyllida Hancock, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Anthony O'Donnell, Jenna Russell (as Lucy Lockit), Natalie Cassidy, Tim Jackson, Kristie Anne Lindfield, Owen Lloyd, Luciano Macis, Carly Maker, Cheryl Weymouth, Edmund Wildish; dir:John Caird, music:Ilona Sekacz [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, many excellent comic illustrations by Chris Mould, production photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1993: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Basil Hoskins, David Killick, Bernard Wright, Simon Chadwick, Desmond Barrit (as Antipholus of Syracuse/Antipholus of Ephesus), Neil Caple (as Dromio of Syracuse/Dromio of Ephesus), Estelle Kohler (as Adriana), Serena Evans, Raymond Bowers, Alec Bregonzi, Russell Layton, Diane Langton, Helen Ryan, David Lemkin, Joseph Alessi, David Verrey, Nick Carpenter, Lindsay Cooper, Virginia Grainger, Mark Healy, Kim Ismay; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; PLUS ticket (14 Jan 1993); VG] £6

1993: THE WINTER'S TALE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
John Bott, Benjamin Whitrow, Paul Jesson, John Nettles (as Leontes), Samantha Bond (as Hermione), Tom Godfrey, Ian Gostling, George Miller, Matthew Owens, Angela Vale, Catherine Mears, John Hodgkinson, Ian Taylor, Guy Williams, Andrew Jarvis, Gemma Jones (as Paulina), Roger Frost, Don Gallagher, James Walker, Jeffery Dench, Graham Turner, Richard McCabe (as Autolycus), Alan Cox, Phyllida Hancock (as Perdita), Jenna Russell, Stephanie Jacob, Barnaby Kay, Lewis Brennan, Georgina Guy, Gemma Holmes, Jessica Honeyball, Nicola O'Connell, Kelsey Waters; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1993: MACBETH (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Marjorie Yates, Virginia Denham, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Derek Jacobi (as Macbeth), Cheryl Campbell (as Lady Macbeth), Denys Hawthorne, Jason Durr (as Malcolm), Jack James, Christopher Ravenscroft (as Banquo), Barry Farrimond, Marco Williamson, Michael Siberry (as Macduff), Adrian Lukis, Alexis Daniel, Michael Jenn, Geoffrey Abbott, Michael Loughnan, Colin Starkey, Neil Caple, James Connolly, Morris Perry, Emily Richard (as Lady Macduff), Christopher Knaggs, Ben Thom; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, extensive articles, 9 rehearsal photographs, 11 photographs of past productions, biographies, illustrations etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £5

1993: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Maxwell Hutcheon, James Walker, Stephanie Jacob, John McAndrew, Richard McCabe, Trevor Martin, Amanda Harris (as Katherine), Rebecca Saire, Paul Webster, Graham Turner, Andrew Cryer, Anton Lesser (as Petruchio), Geoffrey Freshwater, Ciaran McIntyre, Jack Waters, Dominic Mafham, Dorian MacDonald, Catherine Mears, Emily Watson, Barnaby Kay; dir:Bill Alexander [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1993 (Sep): THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Dominic Arnold (as Valentine), Ben Miles (as Proteus), Ian Driver, Alison Reid (as Julia), Lucy Tregear, Randal Herley, Charles Armstrong, Sarah Jane-Holm (as Silvia), Richard Moore, Hugh Lee, Gregory Floy, Simon Markey, Biddy Wells, Richard Hansell, Ian Kirkby, Reg Stewart, Bronwyn Baud, Woolly (as Crab); dir:David Thacker [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1993: TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT - Christopher Marlowe (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Lloyd Hutchinson, David Westhead, Jasper Britton, Ken Bones, James Connolly, Nick Kemp, Antony Bunsee, Jonathan Cake, Miles Harvey, Adjoa Andoh, Antony Sher (as Tamburlaine), Claire Benedict (as Zenocrate), Geoffrey Freshwater, Gordon Case, Malcolm Storry (as Bajazeth), Chris Crooks, Michael Keats, Darlene Johnson, Sandra James-Young, Tracy Harper, Trevor Martin, Stephen Casey, Ruth Knaggs, Gemma Baker, Miranda Burton, Sarah-Jane Freer, Tracy-Ann Oberman, William Snow, Charlie Maker, Sasha Behar, Michael Bibb, Louise Birgan, David Blair, Jud Charlton, Adam James, Francis Maguire, Bonnie Engstrom Shack, Florence Sparham, Theo Fraser Steele, Dominic West; dir:Terry Hands [40pp; 8.25x11.75; cast list, excellent production photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £10

1993: TRAVESTIES - Tom Stoppard (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Antony Sher, David Westhead, Lloyd Hutchinson, Geoffrey Freshwater, Amanda Harris, Rebecca Saire, Trevor Martin, Darlene Johnson; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1993: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Richard Johnson (as Antony), Paul Jesson (as Enobarbus), Peter de Jersey, James Walker, Colin Starkey, Griffith Jones, John Hodgkinson, Geoffrey Abbott, Chris Crooks, Clare Higgins (as Cleopatra), Souad Faress, Jenna Russell, Ken Christiansen, Nick Kemp, Jasper Britton, Alan Cox, Maxwell Hutcheon, Elizabeth Renihan, Samantha Shaw, Jamie Kristian, Jack Stevens, Charlie Maker, John Weymouth, Paul Jackson, William Snow, Lerone Clarke, Danny Nestor, John Nettles (as Octavius Caesar), Phyllida Hancock, Roger Frost, Andrew Jarvis, David Burt, Dominic Mafham, James Connolly, Andrew Cryer, Toby Stephens (as Pompey), Alfred Burke (as Lepidus), Gordon Case; dir:John Caird [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1993: KING BABY - James Robson (The Pit)
Sheila Reid, Lalor Roddy, Liam O'Callaghan, Mike Burnside, Emily Joyce, Tom Georgeson, Jane Gurnett; dir:Simon Usher [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE CHANGELING - Thomas Middleton and William Rowley (The Pit)
Michael Siberry (as Alsemero), Guy Williams, Michael Cantwell, Jack Waters, Cheryl Campbell (as Beatrice-Joanna), Tracy-Ann Oberman, Malcolm Storry (as De Flores), Jeffery Dench, Paul Webster, Geoffrey Freshwater, David Westhead, Dorian MacDonald, Barnaby Kay, Stephen Casey, Emma Gregory (as Isabella), Ian Taylor, Stephanie Jacob, Catherine Mears; dir:Michael Attenborough [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: MISHA'S PARTY - Richard Nelson and Alexander Gelman (The Pit)
Barry Foster, Barbara Jefford, Benjamin Whitrow, Cheryl Campbell, Anthony O'Donnell, Emma Gregory, Olivia Williams, Samantha Shaw, John Bott, Ken Christiansen, Sara Kestelman, Jenna Russell, Adrian Lukis, Colin Starkey; dir:David Jones [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: A JOVIAL CREW - Richard Brome (The Pit)
Paul Jesson, Rebecca Saire, Amanda Harris, Stephen Casey, Dorian MacDonald, Maxwell Hutcheon, Ron Cook, David Westhead, Antony Bunsee, Ciaran McIntyre, Ian Taylor, James Connolly, Roger Frost, Dominic Mafham, Emily Watson, John Hodgkinson, Ken Christiansen, John McAndrew, Barnaby Kay, Lloyd Hutchinson, Elizabeth Renihan, Angela Vale, Sandra James-Young, Jasper Britton, Tracy-Ann Oberman; dir:Max Stafford-Clark [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT - Peter Whelan (The Pit)
Richard McCabe (as Christopher Marlowe), Adrian Lukis (as Thomas Kyd), Nigel Cooke, Graham Turner, John McAndrew, Rebecca Saire, Sandra James-Young, Jack Klaff (as Sir Walter Raleigh), Lloyd Hutchinson, Antony Bunsee, Ken Christiansen; dir:Bill Alexander [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE ODYSSEY - Homer, retold by Derek Walcott (The Pit)
Ron Cook (as Odysseus), Amanda Harris, Stephen Casey, Adjoa Andoh, Trevor Martin, Susan-Jane Tanner, Rudolph Walker, Jonathan Cake, David Westhead, Gordon Case, Antony Bunsee, Tracy Harper, Geoffrey Freshwater, Sandra James-Young, Darlene Johnson, Peter de Jersey; dir:Gregory Doran [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: WILDEST DREAMS - Alan Ayckbourn (The Pit)
Brenda Blethyn, Barry McCarthy, Gary Whitaker, Jenna Russell, Peter Laird, Andree Evans, Sophie Thompson, Paul Bentall; dir:Alan Ayckbourn [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: WALLENSTEIN - Friedrich von Schiller, translated by Francis Lamport, adapted by Tim Albery (The Pit)
Deidre Doone, Ken Bones (as Wallenstein), Toby Stephens (as Max Piccolomini), Paul Webster, Bernard Lloyd, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cake (as Captain MacDonald / General Isolani), Philip Voss (as Octavio Piccolomini), Emily Richard (as Duchess of Friedland), Barbara Jefford (as Countess Terzky), Olivia Williams, Colin Starkey, James Connolly, Chris Crooks, Miles Harvey, Ross Sando; dir:Tim Albery [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1993: THE GIFT OF THE GORGON - Peter Shaffer (Wyndham's)
Michael Pennington, Judi Dench, Jeremy Northam, Michael Poole, Edward Jewesbury, Helen Blatch, Lucy Bayler, Ella Kenion, Lesley McGuire, Paul Lacoux, Simon Packham; dir:Peter Hall [24pp, 6x9; cast list, articles, extensive illustrated biography of Shaffer, cast biographies w.photos, production photos] £4

1993: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (Theatre Royal, Haymarket)
Dominic Arnold (as Valentine), Ben Miles (as Proteus), Ian Driver, Alison Reid (as Julia), Lucy Tregear, Randal Herley, Charles Armstrong, Sarah Jane-Holm (as Silvia), Richard Moore, Hugh Lee, Gregory Floy, Simon Markey, Biddy Wells, Richard Hansell, Ian Kirkby, Reg Stewart, Bronwyn Baud, Woolly (as Crab); dir:David Thacker [48pp, 6.6x9.5; cast list, 30+ cast and production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies, credits etc.; minor marks, else VG] (£4) SOLD

ON TOUR

1993: RICHARD III (Donmar Warehouse)
Simon Russell Beale (as Richard III), Simon Dormandy, Sam Graham, John Warnaby, Annabelle Apsion, Kate Duchene, Michael Packer, Mark Lewis Jones, Mark Benton, Stephen Boxer (as Buckingham), Cherry Morris, Daniel Ryan, Mike Dowling, Ellie Haddington; dir:Sam Mendes [24pp, 6x9; cast list, production photos, illustrated articles, company biographies etc.; VG] £5

1993: March-September REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (London)
Features on THE BEGGAR'S OPERA (w.David Burt, Jenna Russell), AS YOU LIKE IT (w.Kate Buffery), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (w.Richard Johnson, Clare Higgins), THE WINTER'S TALE (w.John Nettles), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Amanda Harris, Anton Lesser), THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT (w.Richard McCabe), A JOVIAL CREW, THE CHANGELING, THE ODYSSEY (w.Ron Cook) (Barbican) [20pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedule (31 March-4 September), London theatre plan, ticket prices etc. etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1993: May-September REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford)
Features on KING LEAR (w.Robert Stephens), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.David Calder), THE TEMPEST (w.Alec McCowen), HAMLET (w.Kenneth Branagh), MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL, THE VENETIAN TWINS, THE COUNTRY WIFE, RICHARD III (w.Simon Russell Beale), GHOSTS, JULIUS CAESAR [24pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedule (6 May-25 September), Stratford theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1993-94: September 1993-January 1994 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford, London, Tours)
Features on LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (w.Jeremy Northam, Abigail McKern), THE TEMPEST (w.Alec McCowen, Simon Russell Beale), KING LEAR (w.Robert Stephens), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.David Calder), ELGAR'S RONDO (w.Alec McCowen, Sheila Ballantine), THE COUNTRY WIFE (w.Jeremy Northam, Debra Gillett), MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL (w.Michael Feast), THE VENETIAN TWINS (w.David Troughton), MOBY DICK (w.David Calder), GHOSTS (w.Jane Lapotaire, Simon Russell Beale) (Stratford); JULIUS CAESAR (Stratford and Tour); TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, THE WINTER'S TALE (w.John Nettles, Samantha Bond) (Barbican and Tour); TRAVESTIES (w.Antony Sher), TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (w.Antony Sher), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Anton Lesser, Amanda Harris), MISHA'S PARTY (w.Barry Foster), WALLENSTEIN (w.Ken Bones), ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL (w.Barbara Jefford, Toby Stephens), THE ODYSSEY (w.Ron Cook) (Barbican); LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES (w.Alan Rickman, Lindsay Duncan) (UK Tour) [44pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (6 September-29 January), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices, Armchair Proms etc. etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£4) SOLD

1993-94: September 1993-March 1994 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (London, Stratford, Tours)
Features on MACBETH (w.Derek Jacobi), TRAVESTIES (w.Antony Sher), TAMBURLAINE THE GREAT (w.Antony Sher), PEER GYNT (directed by Yukio Ninagawa), UNFINISHED BUSINESS, WILDEST DREAMS (w.Sophie Thompson), WALLENSTEIN (w.Ken Bones) (Barbican); LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (w.Jeremy Northam, Abigail McKern, Daniel Massey), THE TEMPEST (w.Alec McCowen, Simon Russell Beale), THE COUNTRY WIFE (w.Jeremy Northam, Debra Gillett), MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL (w.Michael Feast), ELGAR'S RONDO (w.Alec McCowen, Sheila Ballantine), MOBY DICK (w.David Calder), KING LEAR, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, THE VENETIAN TWINS, GHOSTS (Stratford); TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, JULIUS CAESAR, LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES (w.Alan Rickman, Lindsay Duncan) (Tours) [40pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (27 September 1993-12 March 1994), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices, Armchair Proms etc. etc.; VG] £4

1993 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.7
cover: Michael Feast as Becket in MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles: MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL (2 photos), Carlo Goldini (2 photos of THE VENETIAN TWINS), William Wycherley (2 photos of THE PLAIN DEALER), MISHA'S PARTY, Jane Lapotaire in GHOSTS (6 photos), Robert Stephens feature (w.7 photos of KING LEAR), London repertoire (7 photos), RSC Wigs and Wardrobe Department, Tom Stoppard on TRAVESTIES, Cicely Berry on her experiences in Eastern Europe etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

1993 (Autumn): RSC MAGAZINE No.8
cover: Alec McCowen as Prospero in THE TEMPEST
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, photos, incl. Alan Ayckbourn feature (9 photos), David Pownall's ELGAR'S RONDO, feature on Christopher Luscombe, Planning publicity images for LOVE'S LABOURS LOST (6 photos), THE COUNTRY WIFE in the Swan (4 photos), Interview with Alec McCowen (7 photos), Interview with Derek Jacobi (6 photos), TRAVESTIES (5 photos), first UK staging of WALLENSTEIN (4 photos), John Bott's Stratford connections etc. [28pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

RSC 1994 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1994: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Clive Wood, Gwynn Beech, Glenn Hugill, Emma Fielding (as Viola), Haydn Gwynne (as Olivia), Tony Britton, Joanna McCallum, Bille Brown, Derek Griffiths, Desmond Barrit (as Malvolio), Robert Gillespie, Robert Bowman, Steven Elliott, James Barriscale; dir:Ian Judge [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1994: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Michael Feast (as The Duke), Alfred Burke, Alex Jennings (as Angelo), Barry Lynch, Colin Jarrett, Darren Roberts, Caroline Blakiston, Derek Griffiths, Cassandra Smith, Vivienne Storry, David Killick, Toby Stephens (as Claudio), Colin George, Stella Gonet (as Isabella), Samantha Robson, Alan Faulkner, Bille Brown, Vivian Munn, Monica Dolan, Tanya Moodie, Tim Griggs, Griffith Jones, Liam O'Callaghan; dir:Steven Pimlott [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1994: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alex Jennings (as Theseus/Oberon), Stella Gonet (as Hippolyta/Titania), Barry Lynch (as Philostrate/Puck), Alfred Burke, Emma Fielding, Toby Stephens, Kevin Doyle, Haydn Gwynne, Philip Voss, Desmond Barrit (as Bottom), Daniel Evans, Howard Crossley, Kenn Sabberton, Robert Gillespie, Ann Hasson, Jonathan Dean, Elaine Pyke, Darren Roberts, Fiona Tong; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1994: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Two RSC Photographs
[Two 7.4" x 5" photographs (marked H 37 and J 34 on verso); VG] £2

1994: HENRY V (RST) Souvenir Programme
Tony Britton (as Chorus), Ewan Hooper, Kevin Doyle, Iain Glen (as Henry V), Colin Jarrett, Sean O'Callaghan, David Beames, Ken Dudley, Gwynn Beech, Tim Griggs, David Hounslow, Nigel Cooke, Clive Wood (as Pistol), Joanna McCallum, Daniel Evans, Steven Elliott, Colin Jarrett, Anthony Naylor, Linal Haft, Liam O'Callaghan, Quill Roberts, Adrian Irvine, Janice McKenzie, Monica Dolan (as Princess Catherine), Julia Crane, Zachary Gregory, Matthew Hopkins, Jonathan Woolf, Edward Holmes, Christopher Killen, Simon Pollard; dir:Matthew Warchus [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1994: CORIOLANUS (The Swan)
Linford Brown, Nigel Clauzel, Anthony Cochrane, Julia Crane, Howard Crossley, Daniel Evans, David Hounslow, Adrian Irvine, Colin Jarrett, Vivian Munn, Fiona Tong, Linal Haft, Ewan Hooper, David Killick, Toby Stephens (as Coriolanus), Philip Voss (as Menenius), Anthony Naylor, Colin George, Alan Faulkner, Caroline Blakiston (as Volumnia), Monica Dolan, Tanya Moodie, Thusitha Jayasundera, Ivor Hill, Jeremy Pyke, Kevin Doyle, Barry Lynch, Griffith Jones, Kenn Sabberton; dir:David Thacker [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1994: THE BROKEN HEART - John Ford (The Swan)
Iain Glen (as Orgilus), Emma Fielding (as Penthea), Tony Britton, Elaine Pyke, Ewan Hooper (as Amyclas), Anthony Naylor, William Houston, Olivia Williams (as Calantha), Julia Crane, Fiona Tong, Lucy Campbell, Robert Bowman (as Ithocles), Gwynn Beech, Anthony Cochrane, Robert Gillespie, Dominic Vizor, Matthew Winston, Philip Voss (as Bassanes), James Barriscale, Ken Dudley, Doreen Hepburn, David Beames, Jonathan Dean; dir:Michael Boyd [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, credits etc.; date on cover, else VG] £3

1994: THE WIVES' EXCUSE - Thomas Southerne (The Swan)
David Beames, Robert Bowman, Anthony Cochrane, Nigel Cooke, Ken Dudley, Adrian Irvine, Vivian Munn, Clive Wood, Caroline Blakiston, Claire Carrie, Lesley Manville, Claire Marchionne, Katharine Rogers, Olivia Williams, James Barriscale, Linford Brown, Nigel Clauzel, David Hounslow, William Houston, Glenn Hugill, Quill Roberts, Lucy Campbell, Catherine Kanter; dir:Max Stafford-Clark [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date inside, else VG] £3

1994: PEER GYNT - Henri Ibsen, version by John Barton (The Swan)
Alex Jennings (as Peer), Haydn Gwynne, Alfred Burke, Colin George, David Killick, Kenn Sabberton, Caroline Kanter, Thusitha Jayasundera, Claire Marchionne, Tanya Moodie, Olivia Williams; dir:John Barton [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1994: HENRY VI (The Other Place)
Nick Bagnall, Dugald Bruce-Lockhart, Declan Conlan, Jonathan Firth (as Henry VI), Chris Garner, Jamie Hinde, John Keegan (as Warwick), Liz Kettle, Ruth Mitchell (as Queen Margaret), Lloyd Owen, Stephen Simms, Tom Smith, Jo Stone-Fewings, Tom Walker, Tam Williams; dir:Katie Mitchell [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date on cover (17/8/94), else VG] £3

1994: AFTER EASTER - Anne Devlin (The Other Place)
Stella Gonet, Roy Ward, Ann Hasson, Katharine Rogers, Claire Carrie, Janice McKenzie, Doreen Hepburn, William Houston, Sean O'Callaghan, Jonathan Dean, Darren Roberts, Liam O'Callaghan; dir:Michael Attenborough [8pp quadruple-fold, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; date written inside (10/11/94), else VG] £3

LONDON

1994: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Clifford Rose (as Antonio), Tim Hudson, Daniel York, Owen Teale, Mark Lewis Jones, Mark Lockyer, David Calder (as Shylock), Christopher Luscombe, Raymond Bowers, Kate Duchene, Nick Simons, Christopher Robbie, Damien Lyne, Christopher Colquhoun, Sean Hannaway, Johanna Benyon, Tania Levey, Penny Downie (as Portia), Debra Gillett, David Weston, Ray Fearon, Robert Portal; dir:David Thacker [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1994: THE TEMPEST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Robbie, Mike Burnside, Paul Greenwood, James Hayes, Clifford Rose, Christopher Hunter, Alec McCowen (as Prospero), Sarah Woodward (as Miranda), Simon Russell Beale (as Ariel), David Troughton (as Caliban), Mark Lewis Jones (as Ferdinand), David Birrell, Peter Grimes, David Bradley, Mark Lockyer, Sian Radinger, Virginia Grainger, Johanna Benyon, Alexi Campbell, Christopher Colquhoun, Simon Coury, Sean Hannaway, Sara Weymouth; dir:Sam Mendes [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1994: KING LEAR (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Robert Stephens (as King Lear), Janet Dale, Jenny Quayle, Abigail McKern, Christopher Colquhoun, Tim Hudson, John Normington, Simon Dormandy, David Calder (as Kent), David Bradley (as Gloucester), Simon Russell Beale (as Edgar), Owen Teale, Ian Hughes (as Fool), Peter ByGott, Mark Lockyer, Christopher Robbie, Tim Hudson, Nick Simons, Lloyd Notice, Raymond Bowers, Virginia Grainger, Sian Radinger, Damien Lyne, Gary Taylor; dir:Adrian Noble [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£6) SOLD

1994: THE HOSTAGE - Brendan Behan (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Dermot Crowley, Dearbhla Molloy, Alexi Kaye-Campbell, Sekai Matimba, John Woodvine, Miriam Kelly, Peter Warnock, James Hayes, Pauline Delany, Jenny Quayle, Alison McKenna, Eoin McCarthy, Sean Hannaway, Damien Lyne, Lawrence Barber, Liz Keller, Nick Lucas, Victor Power, Michael Scanlan, Terry Mortimer, Tommy Carey; dir:Michael Bogdanov [40pp, 8x12; cast list, articles, photos, biographies etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1994: LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Owen Teale (as King Of Navarre), Jeremy Northam (as Berowne), David Birrell, Robert Portal, Jenny Quayle, Abigail McKern, Virginia Grainger, Alexander Gilbreath, Paul Greenwood, Nick Simons, Daniel Massey (as Don Adriano), Christopher Luscombe, John Normington (as Holofernes), Raymond Bowers, Mike Burnside, Mark Lewis Jones, Sara Weymouth, Tim Hudson, Peter Grimes, Caroline Payne, Damien Lyne; dir:Ian Judge [48pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, production photos, extensive articles, biographies etc.; date on cover ('94), else VG] £5

1994: THE VENETIAN TWINS - Carlo Goldini, version by Ranjit Bolt (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Sarah Woodward, Sian Radinger, David Weston, James Hayes, David Troughton (as Zanetto and Tonino), Christopher Hunter, Jenny Quayle, Jonathan Phillips, Paul Greenwood, Ian Hughes, Gary Taylor, Peter ByGott, Mike Burnside, Lawrence Barber, Alexi Kaye-Campbell, Liz Keller, Damien Lyne, Sara Weymouth, Anita Wright; dir:Michael Bogdanov [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 10 production photos, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1994: THE VENETIAN TWINS - Carlo Goldini, version by Ranjit Bolt (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Sarah Woodward, Sian Radinger, David Weston, James Hayes, David Troughton (as Zanetto and Tonino), Christopher Hunter, Jenny Quayle, Robert Portal, Paul Greenwood, David Birrell, Gary Taylor, Peter ByGott, Mike Burnside, Lawrence Barber, Alexi Kaye-Campbell, Liz Keller, Damien Lyne, Sara Weymouth, Anita Wright; dir:Michael Bogdanov [40pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 10 production photos, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1994: GHOSTS - Henrik Ibsen, translated by Michael Meyer (The Pit)
Alexandra Gilbreath, John Normington, John Carlisle, Jane Lapotaire (as Mrs.Alving), Simon Russell Beale (as Oswald); dir:Katie Mitchell [8pp, 5.5x11.75 quadruple-fold; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1994: UNFINISHED BUSINESS - Michael Hastings (The Pit)
Angela Vale, Nicholas Mudford, Geoffrey Bayldon (as Beamish, aged 70), Toby Stephens (as Beamish, aged 17), Monica Dolan, Jasper Britton (as Douglas), Ian Taylor, Gemma Jones (as Lady Diana Sheffield), Philip Voss (as Lord Sheffield), Stephanie Jacob, Diana Coupland, John Carlisle; dir:Steven Pimlott [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

1994: ION - Euripides, version by David Lan (The Pit)
Ariyon Bakare, Jude Law (as Ion), Diana Hardcastle, Peter Guinness, Christopher Robbie, Tim Hudson, Eve Pearce, Joanna Bacon, Johanna Benyon, Deirdre Doone, Tracy Harper, Vilma Hollingbery, Tricia Kelly, Tania Levey; dir:Nicholas Wright [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; minor marks, else VG] £3

1994: ELGAR'S RONDO - David Pownall (The Pit)
Alec McCowen, Sheila Ballantine, John Carlisle, Anne Lambton, Peter ByGott, Debra Gillett, James Hayes, Gary Taylor, Ian Hughes, Sean Hannaway, David Weston, Alexi K Campbell, David Delve, Tania Levey, Anita Wright; dir:Di Trevis [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1994 (5 November): THE TEMPEST - Shakespeare, incidental music by Jean Sibelius (Barbican Hall) Souvenir Programme
Concert Performance in the Everybody's Shakespeare International Festival: Alec McCowen (as Prospero), Dave Hill, Eve Matheson, Seeta Indrani, Alexander Hardy, Jim McManus, Andy Rashleigh, David Banks, John Line, Peter Macqueen, Monica Groop (mezzo-soprano, as Ariel), Alan Opie (baritone, as Caliban), Susan Gritton (soprano, as Juno), Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Tallis Chamber Choir conducted by Neeme Jarvi [32pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, programme notes, illustrated articles, list of musical sections, COMPLETE TEXT, orchestra list, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £3

1994: A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Charles Dickens, adapted by John Mortimer (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Clive Francis (as Ebenezer Scrooge), Paul Greenwood (as Bob Cratchit), Simon Burke, Arthur Cox, Raymond Mason, Bernard Lloyd (as Marley's Ghost), Jamie Newall (as Spirit of Christmas Past), Jonathan Bailey / Daniel Whelan (as Tiny Tim), Tom Godfrey, Robert Thomas, David Pullan, Vicky Blake, Mike Burnside, Peter Warnock, Mary Miller, Polly James, Angela Ridgeon, Sara Weymouth, Roger Moss, Mark Skilton, Janet Whiteside, Jeff Shankley (as Spirit of Christmas Present), Mike Murray, Kye Sones, Ben Thom, Emily Joyce, Gwynn Beech, Charlotte Chinn, Hayley Griffiths, Patrick Rufey, Sam Marks, Jay Barrymore, Laura Harling, David McMinn, Oliver Palmer, Candice Shovlar, Ben Simpson; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8x12; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; attractive programme; VG] £6

1994: A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Charles Dickens, adapted by John Mortimer (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Clive Francis (as Ebenezer Scrooge), Paul Greenwood (as Bob Cratchit), Philip Quast, Arthur Cox, Raymond Mason, John Bennett (as Marley's Ghost), Stephen Jenn (as Spirit of Christmas Past), Steven Geller / Daniel Whelan (as Tiny Tim), Tom Godfrey, Ben Reynolds, Robert Portal, Vicky Blake, Raymond Bowers, Peter Warnock, Cherry Morris, Polly James, Angela Ridgeon, Sara Weymouth, Michael Geary, Roger Moss, Mark Skilton, Anita Wright, John Kane (as Spirit of Christmas Present), John Warner, Danny Mertsoy, Tracy-Ann Oberman, David Weston, Carla Prosser, Hannah Everitt, Patrick Rufey, Sam Faulkner, Rupert Mealing, Hannah Gibson, Oliver Kristian, David Leslie, Oliver Palmer, Charlotte Peters, Ben Thom; dir:Ian Judge [40pp, 8x12; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; attractive programme; VG] £6

1994: TRAVESTIES - Tom Stoppard (Savoy)
Antony Sher, David Westhead, Lloyd Hutchinson, Geoffrey Freshwater, Amanda Harris, Rebecca Saire, Trevor Martin, Darlene Johnson; dir:Adrian Noble [28pp, 6x9; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 9 production photographs, biographies etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1994: March-September REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on HENRY V (w.Iain Glen), TWELFTH NIGHT, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Alex Jennings), MACBETH (w.Derek Jacobi, Cheryl Campbell), PEER GYNT (w.Alex Jennings), CORIOLANUS (w.Toby Stephens), THE WIVES' EXCUSE, WILDEST DREAMS (w.Sophie Thompson, Brenda Blethyn), AFTER EASTER, HENRY VI (directed by Katie Mitchell) (Stratford); THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.David Calder), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST (w.Jeremy Northam, Abigail McKern, Daniel Massey), KING LEAR (w.Robert Stephens), THE TEMPEST (w.Alec McCowen), GHOSTS (w.Jane Lapotaire, Simon Russell Beale), THE COUNTRY WIFE (w.Debra Gillett, Jeremy Northam), ELGAR'S RONDO (w.Alec McCowen, Sheila Ballantine), MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL (w.Michael Feast) (Barbican) [52pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (31 March-24 September), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] (£3) SOLD

1994-95: September 1994-January 1995 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford, London, Tour)
Features on MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.Michael Feast, Alex Jennings), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Alex Jennings, Stella Gonet, Desmond Barrit), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Emma Fielding, Desmond Barrit), HENRY V (w.Iain Glen), THE BROKEN HEART (w.Iain Glen, Emma Fielding), THE WIVES' EXCUSE (w.Lesley Manville), CORIOLANUS (w.Toby Stephens), PEER GYNT (w.Alex Jennings), PENTECOST (w.Charles Kay), HENRY VI (w.Jonathan Firth, Ruth Mitchell, Stephen Simms), AFTER EASTER (w.Stella Gonet, William Houston) (Stratford); THE HOSTAGE, THE TEMPEST (w.Alec McCowen, Simon Russell Beale), THE VENETIAN TWINS (w.David Troughton), ION, MOBY DICK (w.David Calder, Christopher Colquhoun), THE COUNTRY WIFE (w.Debra Gillett, Jeremy Northam) (Barbican) [56pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (26 September-28 January), Everybody's Shakespeare Festival, Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1994-95: September 1994-March 1995 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.Michael Feast, Stella Gonet, Alex Jennings), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Alex Jennings, Stella Gonet, Desmond Barrit), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Emma Fielding, Desmond Barrit), HENRY V (w.Iain Glen), THE BROKEN HEART (w.Iain Glen, Emma Fielding), THE WIVES' EXCUSE (w.Lesley Manville, Clive Wood), CORIOLANUS (w.Toby Stephens), PEER GYNT (w.Alex Jennings), PENTECOST (w.Charles Kay), AFTER EASTER (w.Stella Gonet) (Stratford); HENRY VI - The Battle For The Throne (w.Jonathan Firth, Ruth Mitchell, Stephen Simms, Tom Smith, Jo Stone-Fewings) (Tour); A CHRISTMAS CAROL, THE VENETIAN TWINS (w.David Troughton), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST, NEW ENGLAND, ION (w.Jude Law, Eve Pearce), THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE (directed by Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee) (Barbican) [46pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (26 September-11 March), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £3

1994 (Spring): RSC MAGAZINE No.9
cover: Emma Fielding as Viola
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles: Anne Devlin on her play AFTER EASTER (5 photos), Interview with Iain Glen (6 photos), Shakespeare and History (9 photos), TWELFTH NIGHT (8 colour photos), Women in Shakespeare (7 photos), PEER GYNT (with Alex Jennings; 8 photos), David Weston on Shakespeare's education etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

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