|THE QUAKER GIRL - May 1961
Mathilde, an exiled French princess, secretly marries Captain Charteris in an English country village where she has befriended a young Quaker girl, Prudence, with whom American Tony Chute has fallen madly in love. Upbraided by the Quakers for attending the wedding festivities, Prudence accepts the wedding party's invitation to accompany them to Paris where she becomes an instant success.
THE QUAKER GIRL was composed by Lionel Monckton. The book was by James T Tanner, and the lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greenbank. The show opened at the Adelphi Theatre, London on the 5th of November 1910, where it ran for 536 performances.
|Ladies of the Chorus
|Florence Baker, Audrey Blow, Alberta Catcheside, Pearl Filce, Babs Gutteridge, Brenda Hindle, Marilyn Loveday, Micky McCallum, Rosemary Press, Sally Price, Audrey Rhodes, Gillian Smith, Mavis Sterry, Renee Walker, Marjorie Wallace
|Gentlemen of the Chorus
|Les Broughton, Gerry Catcheside, John Chaffey, John Felix, John Filce, Peter King, Wilf Mitchell, Jerry Parkes, Albert Rogers, Brian Sterry
|Shirley Caldwell, Mary Baker, Careen Somerville, Diane Breeze, Anne West, Linda Scott
|Anna Sims, Dorothy Edmead
|Chorus Mistress & Pianist
|Mrs L. Parkes
|Mrs H. Breeze
|A. C. Estlick