Gladys Cooper

 

 

 GLADYS COOPER 

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Gladys Cooper

 


 

 




His, Hers and Theirs
New Theatre, oxford
1969






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"His, Hers and Theirs", a drawing room comedy in which Gladys played the part of Lydia, a balloon clutching grandmother.

Reviews were good for Gladys but poor for the play.



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Play Title :-
His, Hers and Theirs




Year / Date  Produced :-
Commencing Monday 29th September 1969 for one week.




Presented at :-
New Theatre, Oxford




Presented by :-
Murray Macdonald & John Stevens Ltd and Alexander H. Cohen Ltd




Written By :-
Hugh & Margaret Williams




Directed By :- Murray Macdonald




The Cast :- Actor / Actress :-
Part Played :-


Faith Brook
- Olivia


Hugh Williams
- Rupert


Belinda Carroll
- Tanis


Gladys Cooper - Lydia


Simon Williams
- Quentin


Jacqueline Maude
- Sister Lewis




The action of the play takes place in a flat in Chelsea overlooking the riiver.




Act I  :-  Scene 1 An evening in mid-June

Act I  :-  Scene 2 The following morning




Act II  :-  Scene 1 Early evening, ten weeks later

Act II  :-  Scene 2 Late afternoon, seven months later







Designed by  :- Peter Rice




Scenery  :- Built and painted by Victor Mara Ltd




Lighting by  :- Francis Reid




Lighting Equipment by  :- Anglia Theatre Lighting




Draperies by  :- Ken Creasey Ltd.




Sound Equipment by  :- Stage-sound.




Coca-Cola supplied by  :- Coca-Cola Southern Bottlers Ltd




Lighters by  :- Ronson




Telephone by  :- G.P.O




Rothmans King Size Cigarettes by  :- Rothmans of Pall Mall




Soft Drinks by  :- Schweppes




Smirnoff Vodka supplied by  :- Gilbey Twiss Ltd




Gordons Gin supplied by  :- Tanqueray and Gordons Ltd




Mr Simon Williams suit by  :- Mr Fish, Clifford Street.




Miss Brook's Hair styled by  :- Paul at Gianni Paul




Miss Carroll's Hair styled by  :- Vidal Sassoon




Miss Carroll's Wig by  :- Wig Creations




Ladies make-up by  :- Helena Rubinstein




Tights and Stockings by  :- Aristoc




Pedigree dolls by  :- Hamleys




Photographs by  :- Anthony Buckley




Curtains and Upholstery fabric by  :- Sekers Fabrics Ltd




Brief Case supplied by  :- Antler Ltd




Baby Goods supplied by  :- Mothercare Ltd




Djelaba by  :- Henry Flint & Company.




Company & Stage Manager  :-
George Cross




Deputy Stage Manager  :-
Diana Lyddon




Assistant Stage Managers  :-
Wendy Shutler and Timothy Peters




Production Carpenter  :-
Alan Jeffery




Wardrobe Mistress  :-
Mary Roberts




Press and Public Relations  :-
Roger Clifford Ltd.  (01-734 3117)