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1995-1999

RSC 1995 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1995: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (RST) Souvenir Programme
Michael Siberry (as Christopher Sly/Petruchio), Josie Lawrence (as Sly's Wife/Katherina), Paul Benthall, Robert Arnold, David Frederickson, Don Gallagher, Justin Shevlin, Gary Taylor, Godfrey Walters, Dermot Kerrigan, Mark Lockyer, Clifford Rose (as Baptista), Tilly Blackwood, James Hayes, Timothy Davies, Daniel Goode, Robin Nedwell, Alice Hogg, Leon Tanner, Tracy Sweetinburgh; dir:Gale Edwards [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, photos, extensive illustrated articles, 8 production photos, photos of previous productions, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £6

1995: JULIUS CAESAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Leon Tanner, Robert Arnold, David Frederickson, Paul Bentall, Christopher Benjamin (as Julius Caesar), Tilly Blackwood, Michael Gardiner, Hugh Quarshie (as Mark Antony), Lionel Guyett, John Nettles (as Brutus), Susan Tracy, Julian Glover (as Cassius), William Whymper, Paul Bettany, Antony Byrne, Robert Lister, Timothy Davies, Daniel Goode, Christopher Middleton, Paul Chahidi, Tracy Sweetinburgh, Simon Chadwick, Mark Bazeley, Edward Byass, Lydia Day, Ailsa Duguid, Sophia Hunt, Naomi Shearing, Damian Storey; dir:Peter Hall [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, c12 production photos, 11 photos of previous productions, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1995: THE RELAPSE - Sir John Vanbrugh (The Swan)
Victor Spinetti (as Lord Foppington), Douglas Henshall, Hugh Quarshie, Jennifer Ehle, Susan Tracy, Michael Gardiner, Christopher Godwin, Christopher Benjamin, Lorraine Ashbourne, Peter Copley, Sheila Steafel, Robert Lister, Peter Holdway, Ralph Birtwell, Lionel Guyett, Nick Cavaliere, Simon Chadwick, Anita Wright, Rachel Clarke, Joanna Hole; dir:Ian Judge [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £3

1995: THE DEVIL IS AN ASS - Ben Jonson (The Swan)
Michael Gardiner, John Dougall (as Pug), Nick Cavaliere, David Troughton (as Fitzdottrel), Siobhan Fogarty, Douglas Henshall, Mark Bazeley, Joanna Roth, John Nettles (as Meercraft), Robin Nedwell, Tracy Sweetinburgh, Sheila Steafel, Paul Chahidi, Leon Tanner; dir:Matthew Warchus [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £3

1995: THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Anton Chekhov, version by Peter Gill (The Swan)
David Troughton, Josie Lawrence, John Dougall, Peter Copley, Penelope Wilton, Lucy Whybrow, Kate Duchene, Darlene Johnson, Alec McCowen, James Hayes, Mark Lockyer, Sean Murray, Paul Hilton, Gary Taylor, Christopher Tune, Rachel Sanders, Lise Stevenson; dir:Adrian Noble [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies, etc.; VG] £3

1995: FAUST - Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, version by Howard Brenton (The Swan)
Michael Feast (as Faust), Hugh Quarshie (as Mephistopheles), James Hayes, Christopher Godwin, Jeffery Dench, Nick Cavaliere, Paul Chahidi, Timothy Davies, Sophie Heyman, Peter Holdway, Christopher Tune, Anita Wright, Kate Duchene, John Dougall, Melissa Lloyd, Jules Melvin, Zubin Varla, Godfrey Walters, Tilly Blackwood, Josie Lawrence, Sheila Steafel; dir:Peter Bogdanov [20pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

LONDON

1995: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Michael Feast (as The Duke), Alfred Burke, Alex Jennings (as Angelo), Barry Lynch, Colin Jarrett, Darren Roberts, Caroline Blakiston, Clive Rowe, Tania Johnsten, David Killick, Toby Stephens (as Claudio), Colin George, Stella Gonet (as Isabella), Samantha Robson, Alan Faulkner, Simon Dormandy, Vivian Munn, Monica Dolan, Tanya Moodie, Tim Griggs, Griffith Jones, Liam O'Callaghan; dir:Steven Pimlott [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1995: HENRY V (Barbican) 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, Judith Sweeney, Julia Crane, Monica Dolan (as Princess Catherine), Toby Atkins, Beth Cooke, Andrew Funnell, Ben Guy, Gavin Home; dir:Matthew Warchus [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; packed with interest; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1995: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Alex Jennings (as Theseus/Oberon), Lindsay Duncan (as Hippolyta/Titania), Barry Lynch (as Philostrate/Puck), Alfred Burke, Monica Dolan, Daniel Evans, Kevin Doyle, Emily Raymond, John Kane, Desmond Barrit (as Bottom), Mark Letheren, Howard Crossley, Kenn Sabberton, Robert Gillespie, Ann Hasson, Emily Button, Jane Colenutt, Tim Griggs, Darren Roberts; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1995: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Barbican) 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, Emily Raymond, Philip Voss, Desmond Barrit (as Bottom), Daniel Evans, Howard Crossley, Kenn Sabberton, Robert Gillespie, Ann Hasson, Tim Griggs, Elaine Pyke, Darren Roberts, Fiona Tong; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1995: TWELFTH NIGHT (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Clive Wood, Gwynn Beech, Glenn Hugill, Emma Fielding (as Viola), Haydn Gwynne (as Olivia), Tony Britton, Joanna McCallum, Simon Dormandy, Clive Rowe, Desmond Barrit (as Malvolio), Robert Gillespie, Robert Bowman, Steven Elliott, James Barriscale; dir:Ian Judge [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, 11 production photos, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £6

1995: CORIOLANUS (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Anthony Cochrane, Adrian Irvine, Julia Crane, Howard Crossley, Daniel Evans, 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, Christopher Knaggs, Lawrence Templeton, Kevin Doyle, Barry Lynch (as Aufidius), Griffith Jones, Linford Brown, Nigel Clauzel, Nicky Ladanowski, Scott McKinstry, Polly Andrews, Mark Hill, Simone Huber; dir:David Thacker [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1995: A PATRIOT FOR ME - John Osborne (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
James Wilby (as Alfred Redl), John Light (as Siczynski), Richard Hansell, Paul Goodwin, Kevin McGowan, Paul Warriner, Reginald Marsh (as von Mohl), Nathaniel Duncan, Andrew Castell, Christopher James, Joanne Howarth (as Anna), Stephen Clyde, Peter Kenny, Robert Styles, Joseph Bennett (as Young Man in Cafe), Carl Brincat, Matthew Carter, Peter Czajkowski (as Stefan Kovacs), Earl Grey, Robin Hart, Sam Hawkins, Toby Kensett, Mark Petrie, Benjamin Pullen, Gregor Singleton, Jonathan Tafler, Laurence Wood, Melanie Ramsay, Marilla Robson, Ann Wenn, Nicola Stephenson, John Bowler, Clive Wood (as Oblensky), Frank Thornton (as Hotzendorf), Diana Hardcastle (as Sophia Delyanoff), James Faulkner (as Kunz), Joanne Howarth, Alec Bregonzi, Peter Sproule, Joanna Howarth, Denis Quilley (as Baron von Epp), Tony Forsyth; dir:Peter Gill [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, company photographs, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1995: SON OF MAN - Dennis Potter (The Pit)
Joseph Fiennes (as Jesus Christ), Quill Roberts, Robert Oates, David Beames, Lester Simpson, Nigel Clauzel, John Standing (as Pontius Pilate), Trevor Ray, Vivian Munn, Philip Locke, Colin Jarrett, Simon Cook, Michael Gregory, Julia Crane, David Keller, Guy Lankester, Sasha Behar; dir:Bill Bryden [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, notes, credits; marks on cast page, else VG] £1

1995: CAIN - Lord Byron, adapted by John Barton (The Pit)
Griffith Jones, Raymond Bowers, Carmen Munroe, Linford Brown, Marcus D'Amico (as Cain), Samantha Robson, Thusitha Jayasundera, John Carlisle (as Lucifer); dir:John Barton [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, illustrated articles, notes, credits; VG] £2

1995: EASTER - August Strindberg, translated by Inga-Stina Ewbank (The Pit)
Heather Ackroyd, Adrian Rawlins, Susan Brown, Daniel Betts, Lucy Whybrow, Philip Locke; dir:Katie Mitchell [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, notes, 15 photographic illustrations, credits; VG] £2

1995: THE BROKEN HEART - John Ford (The Pit)
Iain Glen (as Orgilus), Emma Fielding (as Penthea), Conrad Asquith, 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, Liam Cooke, Roman Heindorff, Philip Voss (as Bassanes), James Barriscale, Stephen Clyde, Doreen Hepburn, David Beames, Ken Dudley; dir:Michael Boyd [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, notes, credits, biographies; VG] £2

1995: THE PARK - Botho Strauss, translated by Jeremy Sams (The Pit)
Simon Dormandy, Julie Graham, Louise Jameson (as Titania), Adrian Lukis (as Oberon), Simon Kunz, Michael Jenn, Tam Williams, Alison Reid, Tessa Peake-Jones, Garron Mitchell, Barry McCarthy, Mark Letheren, Tom Walker, Richard Hope, Daniel Sharman, Jo Stone-Fewings (as Death); dir:David Fielding [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, notes, illustrations, credits, biographies; VG] £2

1995: THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE - devised by Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee (The Pit)
Susie Blake, Martin Connor, Janie Dee, Christopher Luscombe, Malcolm McKee; dir:Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee [6pp, 5.5x11.75 triplefold; cast list, running order, rehearsal photo, biographies, credits; VG] £2

ON TOUR

1995: THE TEMPEST and BINGO - Edward Bond (Tour)
Paul Jesson (as Prospero, Shakespeare), Sarah-Jane Holm, Bonnie Engstrom, Sarah Ball, Helen Blatch, Sekai Matimba, Dominic Letts (as Caliban, Ben Jonson), Daniel Flynn, David Weston, David Fahm, Stephen Hattersley, Ken Farrington, Romy Baskerville, Jeremy Brook, Ian Driver; dir:David Thacker [16pp, 5.5x11.75; cast lists, 8 production photos, programme notes, biographies, credits; VG] £3

1995: March-August REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Lucy Whybrow, Mark Lockyer, Julian Glover), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Josie Lawrence), JULIUS CAESAR (w.John Nettles, Hugh Quarshie, Julian Glover, Christopher Benjamin), THE DEVIL IS AN ASS (w.David Troughton, John Nettles), THE RELAPSE (w.Christopher Benjamin), THE CHERRY ORCHARD (w.David Troughton, Lucy Whybrow), THE TEMPEST, BINGO, THE PAINTER OF DISHONOUR, LORD OF THE FLIES (directed by Elijah Moshinsky) (Stratford); TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Emma Fielding, Desmond Barrit), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Alex Jennings, Stella Gonet, Desmond Barrit), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.Michael Feast, Stella Gonet, Alex Jennings), CORIOLANUS (w.Toby Stephens), AFTER EASTER (w.Stella Gonet, William Houston), THE WIVES' EXCUSE (w.Olivia Williams, Clive Wood), THE BROKEN HEART (w.Iain Glen, Emma Fielding), THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE (directed by Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee) (Barbican); PENTECOST (w.Charles Kay, Jan Ravens), THE TEMPEST and BINGO (directed by David Thacker) (Young Vic) [64pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (27 March-7 September), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1995-96: June 1995-January 1996 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on RICHARD III (w.David Troughton, John Nettles), JULIUS CAESAR (w.John Nettles, Hugh Quarshie, Julian Glover, Christopher Benjamin), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Michael Siberry, Josie Lawrence), ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Zubin Varla, Lucy Whybrow, Julian Glover), FAUST (w.Hugh Quarshie), THE CHERRY ORCHARD (w.Penelope Wilton, Alec McCowen, David Troughton, Kate Duchene), THE RELAPSE (w.Victor Spinetti, Jennifer Ehle, Christopher Benjamin), THE DEVIL IS AN ASS (w.John Nettles, David Troughton, Robin Nedwell), THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN (w.Lucy Whybrow), LORD OF THE FLIES (directed by Elijah Moshinsky), THE PAINTER OF DISHONOUR (w.John Carlisle, Jennifer Ehle, Douglas Henshall) (Stratford); THE TEMPEST and BINGO (w.Paul Jesson, Dominic Letts) (London, Stratford, Tour); A PATRIOT FOR ME, HENRY V (w.Iain Glen), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (w.Clive Francis), CORIOLANUS (w.Toby Stephens), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Alex Jennings, Stella Gonet, Desmond Barrit), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.Michael Feast, Stella Gonet, Alex Jennings), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Emma Fielding, Desmond Barrit), SPRING AWAKENING, THE PARK, SON OF MAN, CAIN (directed by John Barton), THE BROKEN HEART (w.Iain Glen, Emma Fielding), THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE (directed by Christopher Luscombe and Malcolm McKee), AFTER EASTER (w.Stella Gonet, William Houston), THE WIVES' EXCUSE (w.Lesley Manville, Clive Wood) (Barbican); ZENOBIA, PEER GYNT (w.Alex Jennings, Haydn Gwynne), PENTECOST (w.Charles Kay, Jan Ravens) (Young Vic) [84pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (1 June 1995-27 January 1996), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1995-96: October 1995-March 1996 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford, London, Tour)
Features on RICHARD III (w.David Troughton, John Nettles, Susan Brown), JULIUS CAESAR (w.John Nettles, Hugh Quarshie, Julian Glover, Christopher Benjamin), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Michael Siberry, Josie Lawrence), ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Zubin Varla, Lucy Whybrow, Mark Lockyer, Julian Glover), FAUST (w.Michael Feast, Hugh Quarshie), THE CHERRY ORCHARD (w.Penelope Wilton, Alec McCowen, David Troughton, Kate Duchene), THE RELAPSE (w.Victor Spinetti, Jennifer Ehle, Christopher Benjamin), THE DEVIL IS AN ASS (w.John Nettles, David Troughton, Robin Nedwell, Sheila Steafel), THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN (w.Lucy Whybrow, Alice Hogg, Darlene Johnson), THE PAINTER OF DISHONOUR (w.John Carlisle, Jennifer Ehle, Douglas Henshall) (Stratford); LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS (directed by Simon Callow), TWELFTH NIGHT, A CHRISTMAS CAROL (w.Clive Francis), OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE SOMME (directed by Patrick Mason), SLAUGHTER CITY (w.Alexis Daniel, David Healy), CAIN (w.John Carlisle, Marcus D'Amico, directed by John Barton), SON OF MAN (w.Joseph Fiennes, John Standing) (Barbican); THE TEMPEST and BINGO (w.Paul Jesson, Dominic Letts) (UK Tour) [60pp, 5.75x8.25; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedules (9 October 1995-16 March 1996), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1995 (Spring): RSC MAGAZINE No.11
cover: Victor Spinetti as Lord Foppington
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles: THE DEVIL IS AN ASS (5 photos), Anne McEvoy on PATRIOT GAMES, David Johnston on the Golden Age of Spanish drama, New Faces Old Friends (12 photos), Anne Thompson on Do Women Have A Choice? (3 photos), THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (w.Josie Lawrence; 9 photos), ROMEO AND JULIET (6 photos), THE BROKEN HEART (8 photos), THE RELAPSE (10 photos), Dennis Potter on SON OF MAN etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

1995 (Autumn): RSC MAGAZINE No.12
cover: David Troughton and Penelope Wilton in THE CHERRY ORCHARD
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles: Adrian Noble on the RSC's Future Plans (w.photo), John Barton on CAIN by Lord Byron, SON OF MAN (w.Joseph Fiennes; 5 photos), Simon Callow on LES ENFANTS DU PARADIS, THE CHERRY ORCHARD (w.Penelope Wilton, Alec McCowen; 7 colour photos), FAUST (w.Michael Feast; 12 photos), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (w.Clive Francis; 4 photos), RICHARD III (w.David Troughton; 8 photos), forthcoming USA Tour of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (w.Desmond Barrit; photo), THE SHAKESPEARE REVUE (w.photo), THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN (2 photos), Naomi Wallace on SLAUGHTER CITY, Obituaries: Susan Fleetwood, George Raistrick (6 photos) etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

RSC 1996 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1996: MACBETH (RST) Souvenir Programme
Janet Whiteside, Susannah Elliott-Knight, Jan Chappell, Roger Allam (as Macbeth), Brid Brennan (as Lady Macbeth), Arthur Cox, Sebastian Harcombe, Simon Westwood, Philip Quast (as Banquo), William Belchambers, Edward Wilson, Colum Convey, Michael Hales, Sam Wood, Robert Demeger, David Fahm, David Pullan, Simeon Defoe, Mark Gillis, Stephen Billington, Andrew Hesker, Adrian Schiller, Griffith Jones, Jon Rake, Brian Abbott, Ryan Brook, Robert Hales, Dean Finlan, Matthew Lloyd, Matthew Sorel-Cameron, Oliver Townend, Ben Whybrow, Matthew Boys, Ivor Hill, Stephen Melville, Craig Salmon, Sean Thomas, Andrew Whitesmith, Jack Wood; dir:Tim Albery [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; SIGNED by Adrian Schiller; VG] £6

1996: THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Leslie Phillips (as Falstaff), Eddie Parkes, Craig Salmon Windsor, Edward Petherbridge (as Ford), Susannah York (as Mistress Ford), Paul Greenwood, Joanna McCallum, Claire Marchionne, Roddy Peter, Justyn Luke Towler, John Kane, Howard Crossley, Guy Henry, Cherry Morris, Christopher Gee, Peter Reeves, Christopher Luscombe, Toby Longworth, David Hobbs, David Glover, Barry Aird, Jo Stone-Fewings, Ignatius Anthony, Michael Healy, Jane MacFarlane, Eileen Battye, Victoria Pritchard, Patrick Blinkhorne, Richard Gale, Tom Newton, Thomas Rigby, Monroe Robertson, Jack Wharton, Liam Connors, Hamish Ferguson, Matthew Lloyd, John Partridge, Patrick Shier, Thomas Yeomans; dir:Ian Judge [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1996: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (RST) Souvenir Programme
Jeffry Wickham, David Glover, Emily Bruni, Elli Garnett, Deirdra Morris, Siobhan Redmond (as Beatrice), Patrice Naiambana, James Burton, James Goodman, Rod Arthur, Syreeta Kumar, Victoria Pritchard, Jane MacFarlane, Ignatius Anthony, Peter Wight, Damian Lewis (as Don John), Rhashan Stone, Alex Jennings (as Benedick), Patrick Baladi, Christopher Gee, Richard Cant, Christopher Luscombe, Toby Longworth, Ignatius Anthony, Shuna Snow, Vincent Leigh; dir:Michael Boyd [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, articles, photographs, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £6

1996: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Griffith Jones, Louis Hilyer, Ray Fearon, Alisdair Simpson, Mark Gillis, Joseph Fiennes (as Troilus), Stephen Billington, David Pullan, Simon Westwood, Victoria Hamilton (as Cressida), Clive Francis (as Pandarus), Katia Caballero, Sara Weymouth, Martina Laird, Paul Ritter, Adrian Schiller, Edward de Souza, Colin Farrell, Arthur Cox, Philip Voss (as Ulysses), Ross O'Hennessy, Philip Quast (as Achilles), Jeremy Sheffield, Richard Dillane, Richard McCabe, Raymond Bowers, David Fahm; dir:Ian Judge [52pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 12 production photos, photos of past productions, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1996: KING HENRY VIII (The Swan)
Paul Jesson (as Henry VIII), Jane Lapotaire (as Queen Katherine), Ian Hogg (as Cardinal Wolsey), Darrell D'Silva, David Collings, John Kane, Paul Greenwood, Jo Stone-Fewings, Guy Henry, Claire Marchionne, Cherry Morris, Orlando Seale, Rex Obano, Robert Whitelock, Paul Bentall, David Hobbs, Eileen Battye, Nadine Marshall, Barry Aird; dir:Gregory Doran [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1996: CAMINO REAL - Tennessee Williams (The Swan)
Leslie Phillips, Jeffry Wickham, Howard Crossley, Patrick Baladi, Deirdra Morris, Peter Egan (as Casanova), David Beames, Elli Garnett, Orlando Seale, Nadine Marshall, Cherry Morris, Peter Reeves, Derbhle Crotty (as La Madrecita), Rhashan Stone, Emily Bruni (as Esmeralda), Syreeta Kumar, Darrell D'Silva (as Kilroy), Bridget Turner, Barry Aird, Ignatius Anthony, David Collings, Colin Hurley, Susannah York (as Marguerite Gautier), Robert Whitelock; dir:Steven Pimlott [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £4

1996: THE WHITE DEVIL - John Webster (The Swan)
Jane Gurnett (as Vittoria Corombona), Richard McCabe (as Flamineo), Alisdair Simpson, Caroline Blakiston, Adam Godley, Martina Laird, Ray Fearon, Teresa Banham, Simon Clarke, Louis McKenzie, David Fahm, Stephen Boxer, Philip Voss (as Monticelso), Paul Ritter, Philip Quast, Andrew Hesker, Stephen Billington, David Foxxe, Adrian Schiller, Jon Rake, Janet Whiteside, Katia Caballero, Jacquelyn Yorke, Nina Sosanya; dir:Gale Edwards [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1996: THE HERBAL BED - Peter Whelan (The Other Place)
Joseph Fiennes, Jay McInnes, David Tennant, Raymond Bowers, Liam Cunningham, Teresa Banham, Charlotte Jones, Olivia Jacob, Stephen Boxer; dir:Michael Attenborough [6pp, 5.5x11.7 triple-fold; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

LONDON

1996: OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE SOMME - Frank McGuinness (Barbican)
Abbey Theatre Dublin production: Clive Geraghty, Peter Gowen, Conor McDermottroe, Gerard Byrne, Robert Patterson, Sean Campion, Ronan Leahy, Frank McCusker, Lalor Roddy; dir:Patrick Mason [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, production photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1996: ROMEO AND JULIET (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Christopher Robbie, Mark Lockyer (as Mercutio), Paul Hilton, Ralph Birtwell, Jeffery Dench, Anita Wright, Zubin Varla (as Romeo), Michael Gould, Godfrey Walters, Christopher Benjamin, Darlene Johnson, Lucy Whybrow (as Juliet), Dermot Kerrigan, Susan Brown (as Nurse), Gary Taylor, Christopher Middleton, David Shelley, Julian Glover (as Friar Lawrence), Lise Stevenson, Joanna Hole, Rachel Sanders, Matthew Flynn, Spike Blake, Beattie Gallivan, Pip Gladwin, Jason Howard, Philippa Kelly, Louisa Lytton, Rachael Stott, John Weymouth; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1996: RICHARD III (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Robin Nedwell, Daniel Irving, Julian Morris, Ben Williams, Daniel Whelan, Michael Siberry (as Clarence), David Troughton (as Richard III), Susan Brown, Diana Coupland, Rachel Sanders (as Lady Anne), Cherry Morris, John Nettles (as Buckingham), Paul Bentall, Clifford Rose, Sam Faulkener, Jon Smith-Lane, Victor Spinetti, Robert Arnold, Simon Chadwick, Orlando Seale, Kevin McKidd (as Richmond), Lionel Guyett, Roger May, Don Gallagher, David Frederickson, Robert Lister, Joanna Hole, William Whymper, Anthony Hannan, Paul Hilton, Ralph Birtwell, Melissa Lloyd; dir:Steven Pimlott [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; very minor marks on cover, else VG] £5

1996: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Griffith Jones, Louis Hilyer, Ray Fearon, Alisdair Simpson, Mark Gillis, Joseph Fiennes (as Troilus), Stephen Billington, David Pullan, Simon Westwood, Victoria Hamilton (as Cressida), Clive Francis (as Pandarus), Katia Caballero, Sara Weymouth, Martina Laird, Paul Ritter, Adrian Schiller, Edward de Souza, Colin Farrell, Arthur Cox, Philip Voss (as Ulysses), Ross O'Hennessy, Philip Quast (as Achilles), Jeremy Sheffield, Richard Dillane, Richard McCabe, Raymond Bowers, David Fahm; dir:Ian Judge [52pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, photos, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1996: JULIUS CAESAR (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Leon Tanner, Robert Arnold, David Frederickson, Paul Bentall, Christopher Benjamin (as Julius Caesar), Tilly Blackwood, Michael Gardiner, Hugh Quarshie (as Mark Antony), Lionel Guyett, John Nettles (as Brutus), Susan Tracy, Julian Glover (as Cassius), William Whymper, Roger May, Vincent Leigh, Robert Lister, Timothy Davies, Paul Chahidi, Dickon Tyrrell, David Shelley, Tracy Sweetinburgh, Matthew Flynn, Simon Chadwick, Luke Barnatt, Seyyid Bedir, Aise Bedir, Kalan Booker, William Snow, Oona Webster; dir:Peter Hall [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1996: MACBETH (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Janet Whiteside, Susannah Elliott-Knight, Jan Chappell, Roger Allam (as Macbeth), Brid Brennan (as Lady Macbeth), Arthur Cox, Sebastian Harcombe, Simon Westwood, Philip Quast (as Banquo), Tim Kelly, Julian Morris, Colum Convey, Jan Chappell, Tom Caster, Daniel Whelan, Robert Demeger, David Fahm, David Pullan, Simeon Defoe, Mark Gillis, Stephen Billington, Andrew Hesker, Adrian Schiller, Griffith Jones, Jon Rake, Brian Abbott, Thomas Adcock, Jamie Brandon, Sydney Buckeridge, Josh Crawford, Daniel Davies, James Durrant, Henry Grant, Paul Jackson, Kieran King, Mark Obeney, Daniel Sharman, Lawrence Templeton, Alex Trench, Jonathan Weymer; dir:Tim Albery [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £6

1996: THE RELAPSE - Sir John Vanbrugh (The Pit)
Victor Spinetti (as Lord Foppington), Charles Daish, Leigh Lawson, Kate Duchene, Susan Tracy, Michael Gardiner, Christopher Godwin, Christopher Benjamin, Lorraine Ashbourne, William Whymper, Sheila Steafel, Robert Lister, Peter Holdway, Ralph Birtwell, Lionel Guyett, Nick Cavaliere, Simon Chadwick, Anita Wright, Rachel Clarke, Joanna Hole; dir:Ian Judge [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £3

1996: THE LEARNED LADIES - Moliere, translated by A R Waller (The Pit)
Blair Wilson, Niamh Cusack, Jane Gurnett, Sebastian Harcombe, Alison Fiske, Nina Sosanya, Robert Demeger, John Quayle, Susannah Elliott-Knight, Caroline Blakiston, Roger Allam, David Foxxe, Brian Abbott; dir:Steven Pimlott [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, articles etc.; VG] £3

1996: THE WHITE DEVIL - John Webster (The Pit)
Jane Gurnett (as Vittoria Corombona), Richard McCabe (as Flamineo), Alisdair Simpson, Caroline Blakiston, Adam Godley, Martina Laird, Ray Fearon, Teresa Banham, Devin Griffin, Omar Nawaz, David Fahm, Stephen Boxer, Philip Voss (as Monticelso), Paul Ritter, Philip Quast, Andrew Hesker, Stephen Billington, David Foxxe, Adrian Schiller, Jon Rake, Janet Whiteside, Katia Caballero, Jacquelyn Yorke, Nina Sosanya; dir:Gale Edwards [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£3) SOLD

1996: IN THE COMPANY OF MEN - Edward Bond (The Pit)
John Light, Alan David, George Anton, Karl Johnson, Richard Cordery, David Ryall; dir:Edward Bond [6pp triple-fold, 5.5x11.75, with 12pp insert of poems by Edward Bond; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1996: THE DEVIL IS AN ASS - Ben Jonson (The Pit)
Michael Gardiner, John Dougall (as Pug), Nick Cavaliere, David Troughton (as Fitzdottrel), Siobhan Fogarty, Damian Lewis, Dickon Tyrrell, Jules Melvin, John Nettles (as Meercraft), Nick Cavaliere, Robin Nedwell, Anthony Hannan, Christopher Godwin, Tracy Sweetinburgh, Sheila Steafel, Siobhan Fogarty, Paul Chahidi, Leon Tanner; dir:Matthew Warchus [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1996: THE CHERRY ORCHARD - Anton Chekhov, version by Peter Gill (Albery)
David Troughton, Louise Gold, John Dougall, Peter Copley, Penelope Wilton, Emilia Fox, Kate Duchene, Darlene Johnson, Alec McCowen, James Hayes, Mark Lockyer, Sean Murray, Steven Elder, Charlotte Longfield, Tim Thomas, Bill Nash, Harriet Cater; dir:Adrian Noble [36pp, 6x9; cast list, articles, biographies, illustrated with 12+ production photos etc.; VG] £4

1996: SPRING-SUMMER 1996 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on AS YOU LIKE IT, MACBETH, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, THE WHITE DEVIL, THREE HOURS AFTER MARRIAGE, THE GENERAL FROM AMERICA, THE HERBAL BED, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE LEARNED LADIES, TWELFTH NIGHT (Stratford); THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, ROMEO AND JULIET, JULIUS CAESAR, RICHARD III, THE RELAPSE, THE DEVIL IS AN ASS, THE PAINTER OF DISHONOUR, THE PHOENICIAN WOMEN (Barbican); TWELFTH NIGHT (Tour) [56pp, 6.75x9.5; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedule (1 April to 5 October 1996), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1996-97: AUTUMN-SPRING 1996/1997 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, CYMBELINE, HENRY VIII, LITTLE EYOLF, CAMINO REAL, EVERYMAN, and THE MYSTERIES (Stratford); AS YOU LIKE IT, MACBETH, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, IN THE COMPANY OF MEN, THE HERBAL BED, THE LEARNED LADIES, THE WHITE DEVIL, THREE HOURS AFTER MARRIAGE, and THE GENERAL FROM AMERICA (Barbican); THE CHERRY ORCHARD (West End); THE COMEDY OF ERRORS and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Tour) [60pp, 6.75x9.5; with lots of colour photographs and illustrations, booking details, performance schedule (14 October 1996 to 26 April 1997), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1996 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.13
cover: David Tennant as Touchstone
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles and photos, including features on TROILUS AND CRESSIDA directed by Ian Judge, THE GENERAL FROM AMERICA, THE LEARNED LADIES, Shakespeare and Opera, Roger Allam in MACBETH (7 colour production photos), THE WHITE DEVIL (7 colour production photos), THREE HOURS AFTER MARRIAGE (7 production photos), THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (8 production photos), Steven Pimlott on directing AS YOU LIKE IT (8 photos), THE HERBAL BED (4 photos) etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] (£5) SOLD

RSC 1997 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1997: CYMBELINE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Edward Petherbridge (as Cymbeline), Joanna McCallum, Joanne Pearce (as Imogen), Damian Lewis (as Posthumus Leonatus), Guy Henry, Paul Bentall, Shuna Snow, John Killoran, Nicholas Hutchison, David Hobbs, Vincent Leigh, Rod Arthur, Rex Obano, Paul Freeman (as Iachimo), David Glover, Patrice Naiambana, John Kane, Ian Hogg, Jo Stone-Fewings, Richard Cant, Jenifer Armitage; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 14 production photos, extensive articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1997: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Julian Curry (as Antonio), Andrew Ufondu, Andrew Maud, Scott Handy, Dominic Rowan, John Dougall, Alan Stocks, Philip Voss (as Shylock), Jimmy Chisholm, Emma Handy, Griffith Jones, Sandy Macnab, Giles Taylor, Helen Schlesinger (as Portia), Sian Reeves, Rowan MacCallum, Lisa Reeves, Alexandra Sumner, Evroy Deer, Colin George; dir:Gregory Doran [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 11 production photos, costume designs, 8 photos of past productions, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1997: HENRY V (RST) Souvenir Programme
Norman Rodway (as Chorus / Archbishop of Canterbury / Erpingham / Governor of Harfleur / Duke of Burgundy), Michael Sheen (as Henry V), Jon Fenner, Steven Atholl, Nicholas Day, Stephen Bent, Alan David, Peter Lindford, Alan Gilchrist, Roger Morlidge, Alan Perrin, Stephen Casey, Campbell Morrison, Dona Croll, Nina Sosanya, John Macaulay, Geoffrey Whitehead (as King Charles VI), Tristan Gemmill, Benny Young, Nicholas Boulton, Karine Adrover (as Princess Katherine); dir:Ron Daniels [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 6 photos of past productions, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1997: TWELFTH NIGHT (RST) Souvenir Programme
Scott Handy (as Orsino), Rowan MacCallum, Evroy Deer, Helen Schlesinger (as Viola), Jason Baughan, Andrew Ufondu, Clare Holman (as Olivia), David Calder (as Sir Toby Belch), Susan Tracy, John Quayle, Stephen Boxer, Philip Voss (as Malvolio), Malcolm Scates, Emma Handy, Lisa Reeves, Simon Scardifield, Rob Edwards, Kevork Malikyan, Griffith Jones; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 11 production photos, 8 photos of past productions, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1997: BARTHOLOMEW FAIR - Ben Jonson (The Swan)
Stephen Boxer, Poppy Miller, Susan Tracy, David Henry, Zubin Varla, Rob Edwards, Tom Goodman-Hill (as Bartholomew Cokes), Gavin Muir, John Quayle, Caroline Harris, Kate Odey, Mark Hadfield, Maureen Purvis, Owen Sharpe, Jon Clairmonte, Carol Macready, James Tucker, Steve Swinscoe, John Straiton, Kevork Malikyan, Archie Lal, Jake Nightingale, Paul Popplewell, Tina Gambe; dir:Laurence Boswell [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, illustrations etc.; VG] £3

1997: CYRANO DE BERGERAC - Edmond Rostand, translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess (The Swan)
Antony Sher (as Cyrano), Alexander Gilbreath (as Roxanne), Raymond Coulthard (as Christian), Ken Bones (as De Guiche), Geoffrey Freshwater, Darlene Johnson, Gary Powell, Nicholas Blane, Simon Chadwick, Jonathan Drysdale, Russell Gomer, Robert Goodale, Katherine Grice, Robert Horwell, Stephanie Jacob, Michael Jenn, Gerald Kyd, Christopher Wells; dir:Gregory Doran [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1997: KING HENRY VIII (The Swan)
Paul Jesson (as Henry VIII), Jane Lapotaire (as Queen Katherine), Ian Hogg (as Cardinal Wolsey), Darrell D'Silva, David Collings, John Kane, Paul Greenwood, David Beames, Jo Stone-Fewings, Guy Henry, Claire Marchionne, Cherry Morris, Orlando Seale, Rex Obano, Robert Whitelock, Paul Bentall, David Hobbs, Eileen Battye, Nadine Marshall, Barry Aird; dir:Gregory Doran [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies, credits etc.; date on cover (21 Aug 1997), else VG] £3

1997: THE SPANISH TRAGEDY - Thomas Kyd (The Swan)
Patrice Naiambana, Jeffry Wickham, Patrick Baladi, Paul Bentall, Peter Wight (as Hieronimo), Darrell D'Silva, Robert Glenister, Tristan Sturrock, David Collings, Vincent Leigh, Christopher Middleton, Christopher Gee, Siobhan Redmond (as Bel-Imperia), Declan Conlon, David Beames, Orlando Seale, Deirdra Morris, Nadine Marshall, Emily Bruni, Robert Whitelock; dir:Michael Boyd [12pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, 6 rehearsal photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

1997: ROMEO AND JULIET (The Swan)
Neil Phillips, Chook Sibtain, Oliver Fox, Louis Mahoney, Sandra Clark, Ray Fearon (as Romeo), Lawrence Wood, Jack Tanner, David Lyon, Jan Chappell, Zoe Waites (as Juliet), Nigel Clauzel, Sandra Voe (as Nurse), Russell Layton, Amanda Perry-Smith, Jo Keating, Richard Cordery (as Friar Lawrence); dir:Michael Attenborough [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, illustrated articles, credits etc.; VG] £3

LONDON

1997: LITTLE EYOLF - Henrik Ibsen, translated by Michael Meyer (The Pit)
Robert Glenister, Joanne Pearce, Nicholas Robinson, Dominic Kraemer, Derbhle Crotty, Damian Lewis, Bridget Turner; dir:Adrian Noble [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1997: THE SPANISH TRAGEDY - Thomas Kyd (The Pit)
Ewart James Walters, Jeffry Wickham, Patrick Baladi, Paul Bentall, Peter Wight (as Hieronimo), Darrell D'Silva, Robert Glenister, Tristan Sturrock, David Collings, Vincent Leigh, Rex Obano, Christopher Gee, Siobhan Redmond (as Bel-Imperia), Declan Conlon, David Beames, Orlando Seale, Deirdra Morris, Nadine Marshall, Emily Bruni, Robert Whitelock; dir:Michael Boyd [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, 6 rehearsal photos, biographies etc.; VG] £3

1997: THE HERBAL BED - Peter Whelan (Duchess)
Richard Hawley, Robin Weaver, Barnaby Kay, Raymond Bowers, Lorcan Cranitch, Teresa Banham, Helen Coles, Julia Davies, Stephanie Napier, Stephen Boxer; dir:Michael Attenborough [40pp, 6.6x9.6; cast list, articles, biographies etc.; VG] £4

1997: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (Young Vic)
Christopher Saul, Leo Wringer, Thomas Fisher, Elliot Levey, Robert Bowman, Dan Milne, Eric Mallett, Sara C Cameron, Thusitha Jayasundera, Simon Coates, Andy Williams, Gary Oliver, Ursula Jones, Maeve Larkin; dir:Tim Supple [16pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, 10 production photos, extensive articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £4

ON TOUR

1997: CYRANO DE BERGERAC - Edmond Rostand, translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess (Tour)
Antony Sher (as Cyrano), Alexander Gilbreath (as Roxanne), Raymond Coulthard (as Christian), Ken Bones (as De Guiche), Geoffrey Freshwater, Darlene Johnson, Gary Powell, Nicholas Blane, Simon Chadwick, Jonathan Drysdale, Russell Gomer, Robert Goodale, Katherine Grice, Robert Horwell, Stephanie Jacob, Michael Jenn, Gerald Kyd, Christopher Wells; dir:Gregory Doran [20pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, tour schedule, extensive illustrated articles, biographies, feature on the RSC etc.; VG] £3

1997 (Apr-Aug): SPRING / SUMMER 1997 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford)
Features on HAMLET (w.Alex Jennings), CYMBELINE (w.Damian Lewis), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Leslie Phillips), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, THE SPANISH TRAGEDY, CAMINO REAL, LITTLE EYOLF, HENRY VIII, THE MYSTERIES (The Creation, The Passion), EVERYMAN [36pp, 6.7x9.5; with lots of colour illustrations and production photos, booking details, performance schedule (Apr-Aug 1997), Stratford theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1997 (Jun-Sep): JUNE-SEPTEMBER 1997 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford)
Features on HENRY V (w.Michael Sheen), HAMLET (w.Alex Jennings), CYMBELINE (w.Damian Lewis), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Leslie Phillips), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Siobhan Redmond), CYRANO DE BERGERAC (w.Antony Sher), THE SPANISH TRAGEDY (w.Peter Wight, Robert Glenister), CAMINO REAL (w.Susannah York), LITTLE EYOLF, HENRY VIII, THE MYSTERIES (The Creation, The Passion), EVERYMAN (w.Joseph Mydell), ON THE EDGE [48pp, 4x8.25; with lots of colour illustrations and production photos, booking details, performance schedule (Jun-Sep 1997), Stratford theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £3

1997 (Sep-Nov): AUTUMN 1997 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford, Newcastle, Plymouth, London and On Tour)
Features on HENRY V (w.Michael Sheen), CYRANO DE BERGERAC (w.Antony Sher), ROMEO AND JULIET, THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, THE HERBAL BED, HAMLET (w.Alex Jennings), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Leslie Phillips), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, CYMBELINE (w.Damian Lewis), THE SPANISH TRAGEDY, LITTLE EYOLF, HENRY VIII, CAMINO REAL, EVERYMAN, THE MYSTERIES (The Creation, The Passion) [52pp, 6.7x9.5; with lots of colour illustrations and production photos, booking details, performance schedule (Sep-Nov 1997), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1997 (Oct) - 1998 (Feb): WINTER 1997 and SPRING 1998 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford and London)
Features on TWELFTH NIGHT, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, ROMEO AND JULIET, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, BECKETT SHORTS, ROBERTO ZUCCO, and GOODNIGHT CHILDREN EVERYWHERE (Stratford); HAMLET (with Alex Jennings), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (with Leslie Phillips), CYMBELINE, LITTLE EYOLF, THE SPANISH TRAGEDY, and THE MYSTERIES (Barbican), THE HERBAL BED and THE COMEDY OF ERRORS (West End) [52pp, 6.7x9.5; with lots of colour illustrations and 12+ production photos, booking details, performance schedule (Oct 1997 - Feb 1998), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1997 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.15
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles and colour photos, including John Warner's account of the RSC Tour to Japan; previews of HENRY V (with Michael Sheen - 2 photos), CYRANO (with Antony Sher - photo), ROMEO AND JULIET (with Ray Fearon and Zoe Waites - photo), discussion of Revenge Tragedy (Michael Boyd, Matthew Warchus, Derbhle Crotty - 8 production photos), Susannah York and Paul Greenwood In Conversation (4 photos), 8 production photos of CYMBELINE (with Damien Lewis), Interview with Ian Rowley (RSC Head of Press and Public Relations), BECKETT SHORTS (2 photos) etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

RSC 1998 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1998: MEASURE FOR MEASURE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Robert Glenister (as Duke Vincentio), Gavin Muir, Stephen Boxer (as Angelo), Jason Baughan, Sandy MacNab, Aislinn Mangan, Adrian Schiller, Andrew Maud, Colin George, Archie Lal, Carol Macready, Jimmy Chisholm, Lalor Roddy, Stephen Kennedy (as Claudio), Kevork Malikyan, Clare Holman (as Isabella), Tina Gambe, Alan Stocks, John Dougall, James Tucker, Penny Layden, Cathryn Bradshaw, Jake Nightingale, Steve Swinscoe; dir:Michael Boys [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 19 photo of past productions, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1998: THE WINTER'S TALE (RST) Souvenir Programme
Antony Sher (as Leontes), Alexandra Gilbreath (as Hermione), Emily Bruni (as Mamillius / Perdita), Geoffrey Freshwater, Jeffry Wickham, Estelle Kohler (as Paulina), William Mannering, Steven Atholl, Christopher Wells, Nicholas Khan, Peter MacQueen, Sevan Stephan, Myra McFadyen, Nancy Carroll, Emily Pithon, Paula Stephens, Michael Moylan, Gil Cohen-Alloro, Jim Fish, Miltos Yerolemou, Vanessa Earl, Karen Bryson, Florence Sparham, Gail Ghislaine Sixsmith, Ken Bones (as Polixenes), Ryan McCluskey, Ian Hughes (as Autolycus), James Hayes, Christopher Brand; dir:Gregory Doran [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies, 18 rehearsal photos, 7 photos of past productions etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1998: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (The Swan)
Dominic Rowan (as Proteus), Tom Goodman-Hill (as Valentine), Lesley Vickerage (as Julia), Robin Weaver, John Dougall, Sandy MacNab, Alan Stocks, Poppy Miller, Mark Hadfield, James Tucker, Colin McCormack, Andrew Maud, Ryan Pope, Jon Clairmonte, Giles Taylor, Tina Gambe, Cassie (as Crab); dir:Edward Hall [12pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £3

LONDON

1998: CYMBELINE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Edward Petherbridge (as Cymbeline), Joanna McCallum, Joanne Pearce (as Imogen), Damian Lewis (as Posthumus Leonatus), Guy Henry, Paul Bentall, Shuna Snow, John Killoran, Nicholas Hutchison, David Hobbs, Vincent Leigh, Rod Arthur, Rex Obano, Paul Swinnerton, Paul Freeman (as Iachimo), David Glover, Ewart James Walters, John Kane, Ian Hogg, Jo Stone-Fewings, Richard Cant, Jenifer Armitage; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.75; cast list, 14 production photos, extensive illustrated articles, biographies etc.; VG] £5

1998: THE TEMPEST (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
David Calder (as Prospero), Penny Layden, Scott Handy, Robert Glenister (as Caliban), David Henry, Colin George, Evroy Deer, John Straiton, Alfred Burke, Adrian Schiller, Barry Stanton, Rowan MacCallum, Simon Scardifield, Andrew Ufondu, Malcolm Scates, Lisa Reeves, Darren Ormandy, Paul Popplewell, Darren Strange, Madeleine Worrall; dir:Adrian Noble [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, 10+ production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1998: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Julian Curry (as Antonio), Andrew Ufondu, Andrew Maud, Scott Handy, Dominic Rowan, John Dougall, Alan Stocks, Philip Voss (as Shylock), Jimmy Chisholm, Emma Handy, Griffith Jones, Sandy Macnab, Giles Taylor, Helen Schlesinger (as Portia), Sian Reeves, Rowan MacCallum, Lisa Reeves, Madeleine Worrall, Evroy Deer, Colin George; dir:Gregory Doran [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, 10+ production photos, illustrations, designs, articles, biographies etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1998: THE UNEXPECTED MAN - Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton (Barbican Pit)
Michael Gambon, Eileen Atkins; dir:Matthew Warchus [6pp, 6x8.25 triplefold; cast list, biographical notes etc.; VG] £2

1998: THE MYSTERIES - new version with additional text by Edward Kemp (Barbican Pit)
Josette Bushell-Mingo, Declan Conlon, Paul Hamilton, Paul Hilton (as Jesus), Kristin Hutchinson, Johnny Lodi, Richard Lynch, Myra McFadyen, Ruth Mitchell, Joseph Mydell, Peter Needham, David Ryall (as God), Tristan Sturrock, Edward Woodall; dir:Katie Mitchell [6pp, 6x8.25 triplefold; cast list, biographical notes etc.; VG] (£2) SOLD

1998: SHADOWS: RIDERS TO THE SEA and THE SHADOW OF THE GLEN - J M Synge, and PURGATORY - W.B.Yeats (Barbican Pit)
Mairead McKinley, Aislinn Mangan, Stella McCusker, Stephen Kennedy, Lalor Roddy, Owen Sharpe; dir:John Crowley [6pp, 6x8.25 triplefold; cast list, biographical notes etc.; VG] £2

1998: THE UNEXPECTED MAN - Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton (Duchess)
Michael Gambon, Eileen Atkins; dir:Matthew Warchus [32pp, 6.75x9.75; cast list, biographies w.photos, programme notes, credits etc.; VG] £3

1998: KRAPP'S LAST TAPE and BREATH - Samuel Beckett (Arts Theatre)
Edward Petherbridge; directed by Edward Petherbridge and David Hunt [16pp, 5.8x8.25; extensive programme note, biography w.photo, credits etc.; VG] £3

ON TOUR

1998: KRAPP'S LAST TAPE - Samuel Beckett (Tour)
Edward Petherbridge; directed by Edward Petherbridge and David Hunt [12pp, 6x8.25; cast list, photos, articles etc.; VG] £2

1998: ROMEO AND JULIET (UK Tour)
Neil Phillips, Chook Sibtain, Oliver Fox, Louis Mahoney, Sandra Clark, Ray Fearon (as Romeo), Lawrence Wood, Jack Tanner, David Lyon, Jan Chappell, Zoe Waites (as Juliet), Nigel Clauzel, Sandra Voe (as Nurse), Russell Layton, Amanda Perry-Smith, Jo Keating, Richard Cordery (as Friar Lawrence); dir:Michael Attenborough [16pp, 5.5x11.75; cast list, biographies, programme notes, synopsis, 8 production photos, credits etc.; PLUS 6pp, 4x8.25 triple-fold throwaway, including 9 production photos; VG] £3

1998 (Feb-May): SPRING 1998 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford, London, UK Tour)
Features on MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE TEMPEST (w.David Calder), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Helen Schlesinger), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.Philip Voss), TALK OF THE CITY (w.Kelly Hunter), THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, BAD WEATHER, SHADOWS, ROBERTO ZUCCO, and GOODNIGHT CHILDREN EVERYWHERE (Stratford); MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (w.Alex Jennings), HAMLET (w.Alex Jennings), CYMBELINE (w.Damian Lewis), THE UNEXPECTED MAN, EVERYMAN, THE MYSTERIES, and KRAPP'S LAST TAPE (w.Edward Petherbridge) (Barbican); UNCLE VANYA (w.Stephen Dillane), HENRY VIII, CAMINO REAL (w.Susannah York), and CYRANO DE BERGERAC (w.Antony Sher) (West End); ROMEO AND JULIET (Tour) [52pp, 6.7x9.5; with lots of colour illustrations and 25+ production photos, booking details, performance schedule (Feb-May 1998), Stratford and London theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1998 (May-Sep): SUMMER 1998 REPERTOIRE BOOKLET (Stratford & Tour)
Features on MEASURE FOR MEASURE, THE TEMPEST (w.David Calder), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.Philip Voss), TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Helen Schlesinger), TALK OF THE CITY (w.Kelly Hunter), THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, BARTHOLOMEW FAIR, BAD WEATHER, SHADOWS, GOODNIGHT CHILDREN EVERYWHERE, ROBERTO ZUCCO (Stratford); ROMEO AND JULIET (Tour) [44pp, 6.7x9.5; with lots of colour illustrations and 20+ production photos, booking details, performance schedule (May-Sep 1998), Stratford theatre plans, ticket prices etc. etc.; VG] £4

1998 (Spring): RSC MAGAZINE No.16
cover: Robert Glenister as Caliban
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles and colour photos, including features on ROMEO AND JULIET (w.Ray Fearon; 11 photos), Five London productions (10 photos), Results of the Fantasy Casting competition, HENRY VIII and CAMINO REAL at the Young Vic (Paul Jesson, Susannah York; 4 photos), Annie Nicholson on The Demon Uncle (Anton Chekhov), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (w.Philip Voss; 7 photos), BARTHOLEMEW FAIR (w.Tom Goodman-Hill; 7 photos), TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (w.Lesley Vickerage; 9 photos), Andy Williams on his poster image for 'Measure for Measure', THE TEMPEST (w.David Calder; 10 photos), TALK OF THE CITY, TWELFTH NIGHT (w.Helen Schlesinger; 10 photos), SHADOWS (6 photos) etc. [32pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

1998 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.17
cover: Robert Lindsay as RICHARD III
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles and colour photos, including features on THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, RSC American Tour (7 photos), A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY, Maggie Lunn on casting, Robert Lindsay at the RSC (5 photos), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (w.Robert Glenister; 10 photos), THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (photo), THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR (w.Leslie Phillips; 7 photos) etc. [28pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

1998: BEHIND THE SCENES AT THE RSC
An RSC Education Study Guide to accompany a Channel 4 documentary looking at the design processes behind four RSC productions: Measure For Measure, Much Ado About Nothing, The Spanish Tragedy, and The Tempest; brief details on each of these productions, diagram explaining the structure of the RSC, a Management tree for Measure For Measure, and a Production Process Time Chart; 16 Illustrated Features by and about Tom Piper (designing the productions), Geoff Locker (Head of Production and Stage Operations), Alan Bartlett (Construction Manager), Simon Kenny (Souvenir Scenic Studios), Nigel Loomes (Head of Paint Shop), William Lockwood (Head of Property Department), Tom Beattie (Head of Stage Department), Janet Bench (Costume Supervisor), Frances Eason (Head of Dyeing Department), Maurice Robson (Head of Men's Wardrobe), Julian Gilbert (Head of Armour and Boot Department), Elaine Moore (Head of Hats and Millinery Department), Brenda Leedham (Head of Wigs and Make-Up Department), Robert Glenister (actor; comments on playing The Duke, Lorenzo and Caliban), Clare Holman (actress; comments on playing Isabella), and Jimmy Chisholm (actor; comments on playing Pompey) [24pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

RSC 1999 director: Adrian Noble

STRATFORD

1999: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (RST) Souvenir Programme
Nicholas Jones (as Theseus / Oberon), Josette Simon (as Hippolyta / Titania), Geoffrey Whitehead, Catherine Kanter, Fergus O'Donnell, Henry Ian Cusick, Hermione Gulliford, Aidan McArdle (as Puck), Peter Kelly, Daniel Ryan (as Bottom), Orlando Wells, Rod Arthur, Andrew Dennis, David Hobbs, Sirine Saba, Kemi Baruwa, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Mary Duddy, Ben Elliot, Farimang Singhateh; dir:Michael Boyd [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, 30+ rehearsal photos, 20+ production photos, etc.; VG] £5

1999: OTHELLO (RST) Souvenir Programme
Aidan McArdle, Richard McCabe (as Iago), Richard Cordery, Ray Fearon (as Othello), Henry Ian Cusick, Geoffrey Whitehead, Zoe Waites (as Desdemona), Colin Mace, Rachel Joyce, Catherine Kanter, Peter Reeves, Graeme Eton, Graham Ingle, Andrew Bone, Ben Elliot, Orlando Wells, John Sackville, Michele Moran; dir:Michael Attenborough [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, c20 photos of past productions, 15+ production photos, etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1999: ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA (RST) Souvenir Programme
Alan Bates (as Antony), Guy Henry (as Octavius Caesar), Michael Gardiner, Frances de la Tour (as Cleopatra), Rachel Joyce, Hermione Gulliford, Aidan McArdle, Nick Cavaliere, Orlando Wells, Andrew Bone, Sarah Walton, Malcolm Storry (as Enobarbus), Owen Oakeshott, Nicholas Tigg, David Oyelowo, Peter Kelly, Peter Reeves, Antony Byrne, Colin Mace, Ben Elliott, Henry Ian Cusick, Farimang Singhateh, Maxwell Hickman, David Sheard; dir:Steven Pimlott [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, 5 photos of past productions, 10+ production photos, etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1999: KING LEAR (RST) Souvenir Programme
Nigel Hawthorne (as King Lear), Sian Thomas, Anna Chancellor, Robin Weaver, Hiroyuki Sanada (as Fool), Alisdair Simpson, Peter O'Meara, Simon Chandler, Nicholas McGaughey, Christopher Benjamin (as Kent), John Carlisle (as Gloucester), Michael Maloney (as Edgar), William Armstrong, Edward Clayton, Nicolas Tennant, Brian Poyser, Raymond Bowers, Leon Tanner, Julian Ovenden, Sarah Ball, Paula Stephens, Jim Fish, Jack Tanner, Stephen Ventura; dir:Yukio Ninagawa [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, biographies w.photos, extensive illustrated articles, 10+ photos of past productions, 12+ production photos, etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1999: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (The Swan)
Stuart McQuarrie (as Christopher Sly / Petruchio), Katherine Grice, Colin McCormack, John Lloyd Fillingham, Simon Coates, Nicholas Blane, Maxwell Hutcheon, Sam Troughton, Ryan Pope, Jo Stone-Fewings, Louis Hilyer, Christopher Wilkinson, Monica Dolan (as Katherine), Charlotte Randle, Anwen Hughes-Roberts; dir:Lindsay Posner [16pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies w.photos etc.; very slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1999: VOLPONE - Ben Jonson (The Swan)
Malcolm Storry (as Volpone), Guy Henry (as Mosca), Nick Cavaliere, Nicholas Tigg, Colin Mace, Christopher Good, John Rogan, David Oyelowo, Richard Cordery (as Corvino), Claire Price (as Celia), David Collings, Susannah Elliott-Knight, Mark Bonnar, Michael Gardiner, Graeme Eton, Israel Aduramo, Michele Moran, John Sackville, James Auden, Jennifer McEvoy; dir:Lindsay Posner [16pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, illustrated articles, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1999: DON CARLOS - Friedrich Schiller, translated by Robert David MacDonald (The Other Place)
Geoffrey Whitehead, Rupert Penry-Jones (as Don Carlo), Ray Fearon, Josette Simon, Claire Price, Michele Moran, Jo Martin, Joseph England, John Woodvine (as King Philip II), Ewen Cummins, David Collings, John Rogan; dir:Gale Edwards [16pp, 5.6x11.75; cast list, programme notes, biographies w.photos etc.; VG] £4

1999: OROONOKO - Aphra Behn, adapted by Biyi Bandele (The Other Place)
Nicholas Monu (as Oroonoko), Ewart James Walters, Ewen Cummins, Farimang Singhateh, Isreal Aduramo, David Oyelowo, Geff Francis, Jo Martin, Nicky Reid, Kemi Baruwa, Michael Fenner, Nadine Marshall (as Imoinda), Rod Arthur, David Collings; dir:Gregory Doran [16pp, 5.6x11.75; cast list, illustrated programme notes, biographies, company photos etc.; VG] £4

LONDON

1999: OTHELLO (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Aidan McArdle, Richard McCabe (as Iago), Richard Cordery, Ray Fearon (as Othello), Henry Ian Cusick, Geoffrey Whitehead, Zoe Waites (as Desdemona), Colin Mace, Rachel Joyce, Catherine Kanter, Derek Hutchinson (for Peter Reeves), Graeme Eton, Graham Ingle, Andrew Bone, Ben Elliot, Orlando Wells, John Sackville, Michele Moran; dir:Michael Attenborough [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, 15+ production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies etc.; w.understudy slip; minor marks, else VG] £5

1999: KING LEAR (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Nigel Hawthorne (as King Lear), Sian Thomas, Anna Chancellor, Robin Weaver, Hiroyuki Sanada (as Fool), Alisdair Simpson, Peter O'Meara, Simon Chandler, Nicholas McGaughey, Christopher Benjamin (as Kent), John Carlisle (as Gloucester), Michael Maloney (as Edgar), William Armstrong, Edward Clayton, Nicolas Tennant, Brian Poyser, Raymond Bowers, Leon Tanner, Julian Ovenden, Sarah Ball, Paula Stephens, Jim Fish, Jack Tanner, Stephen Ventura; dir:Yukio Ninagawa [40pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, 12+ production photos, illustrations, articles, biographies w.photos etc.; slightly rumpled, else VG] £4

1999: THE WINTER'S TALE (Barbican) Souvenir Programme
Antony Sher (as Leontes), Alexandra Gilbreath (as Hermione), Emily Bruni (as Mamillius / Perdita), Geoffrey Freshwater, Jeffry Wickham, Estelle Kohler (as Paulina), William Mannering, Steven Atholl, Christopher Wells, Nicholas Khan, Peter Macqueen, Sevan Stephan, Myra McFadyen, Nancy Carroll, Emily Pithon, Paula Stephens, Michael Moylan, Gil Cohen-Alloro, Jim Fish, Miltos Yerolemou, Vanessa Earl, Karen Bryson, Florence Sparham, Gail Ghislaine Sixsmith, Ken Bones, Ryan McCluskey, Ian Hughes (as Autolycus), James Hayes, Christopher Brand; dir:Gregory Doran [44pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 7 photos of past Stratford performances, 19 production photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] (£5) SOLD

1999: BAD WEATHER - Robert Holman (Barbican Pit)
Susan Brown, Susan Engel, Barry Stanton, Emma Handy, Paul Popplewell, Ryan Pope; dir:Steven Pimlott [6pp triplefold, 6x8.25; cast list, biographical notes etc.; VG] £2

1999: RICHARD III (Savoy) Souvenir Programme
Robert Lindsay (as Richard III), Michael Simkins (as Clarence), Charles Baillie, Robert East, Rachel Power (as Lady Anne), Sian Thomas, Dickon Tyrrell, Jo Stone-Fewings (as Lord Grey / Richmond), Jon Fenner, David Yelland (as Buckingham), David Killick, Anna Carteret (as Queen Margaret), Tom Bowles, David Semark, Russell Gomer, Benny Young, Paul Leonard, Dilys Hamlett, George Miller, Tim Cowbury, Julian Morris, Charles Hollins, Victoria Davar, Patricia Leventon; dir:Elijah Moshinsky [36pp, 8.25x11.7; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, 8 photos of past productions, 10+ production photos, biographies, credits etc.; VG] £5

1999: MACBETH (Young Vic)
Diane Beck, Noma Dumezweni, Polly Kemp, Antony Sher (as Macbeth), Harriet Walter (as Lady Macbeth), Joseph O'Conor, John Dougall, Robert Whitelock, Ken Bones, Christopher Olivares-Chandler, Edward Brown, Nigel Cooke, Alistair Strong, Ben Inigo-Jones, Paul Webster, Guy Moore, Richard Armitage (as Angus), John Killoran, Stephen Noonan, Glenn Chapman, Trevor Martin, Jeff Alexander, Robert Whitelock; dir:Gregory Doran [20pp, 5.5x11.7; cast list, articles, biographies, company photos, credits etc.; VG] (£4) SOLD

1999: THE DISPUTE - Marivaux, translated by Neil Bartlett (Lyric Hammersmith)
Crispin Redman, Judith Scott, Adjoa Andoh, Hayley Carmichael, Martin Freeman, Neil Reidman, Charlotte Randle, John Padden, Chris Robson, Katherine Tozer; directed and designed by Neil Bartlett [8pp quadruplefold, 6x8.25; cast list, biographical notes etc.; VG] £2

NEWCASTLE

1999: OROONOKO - Aphra Behn, adapted by Biyi Bandele (Newcastle Playhouse, Newcastle-upon-Tyne)
Nicholas Monu (as Oroonoko), Ewart James Walters, Ewen Cummins, Farimang Singhateh, Isreal Aduramo, David Oyelowo, Geff Francis, Jo Martin, Nicky Reid, Kemi Baruwa, Michael Fenner, Nadine Marshall (as Imoinda), Rod Arthur, David Collings; dir:Gregory Doran [20pp, 5.6x11.75; cast list, extensive illustrated articles, biographies w.photos etc.; an attractive programme; VG] £4

1999 (Spring): SUMMER FESTIVAL update
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, including Obituary of Bob Peck (2 photos), TROILUS AND CRESSIDA and A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY (14 photos), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (15+ photos), VOLPONE (w.Malcolm Storry - 8 photos), THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE (8 photos) etc. [16pp, 8.25x11.75; VG] £4
1999: RSC MAGAZINE No.18
1999 (Summer): RSC MAGAZINE No.18
cover: Ray Fearon as OTHELLO
Full colour Feature Magazine, packed with articles, photos, incl. Richard McCabe, Ray Fearon and Zoe Waites in OTHELLO (13 photos), feature on OROONOKO (8 photos), Simon Reade on TALES FROM OVID (10 photos), Anne McEvoy on DON CARLOS (9 photos), ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA w.Frances de la Tour and Alan Bates (8 photos), feature on THE FAMILY REUNION (7 photos), Adrian Noble on THE SEAGULL, THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS, rehearsal for TIMON OF ATHENS (6 photos), Women in Shakespeare (10 photos), Nigel Hawthorne KING LEAR preview (w.photo) etc. [32pp; 8.25x11.75; VG] £5

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