The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht

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    Mary Fielding

    Does anyone remember the production of ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ that Joan Lewis produced, I think probably in 1967 or ’68? Sally Tyson was ‘Grusha’ and I played the Cook and I think William Hartley was Azdak plus a huge cast. It was very dramatic and political and quite unusual for a school production. Are there any photos of the productions that Joan Lewis did? They were brilliant.

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    Ian Elliott

    I think that I have a programme and certainly some photos somewhere. I will dig them out. I was the Corporal, and Julian Williams played Blockhead.

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    Mary Fielding

    Excellent – well done Ian! I look forward to seeing them.

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    ianelliott

    I have uploaded a copy of the programme and three photos, which hopefully will soon appear in the school play section of the archive.

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    archive

    Online now! Thanks Ian brilliant pics.

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    Alexander Fuller

    there is paradox that I have seen in the office of https://www.dissertationtbliss.co.uk/ ,on the easter sunday the people of Grusinia gather to celebrate the Death and Resurrection of Jesus ,but on the other handy the governer ends up being beheaded

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