Twelfth Night Programme

Twelfth Night

by William Shakespeare

Date/s: 28th, 29th April 2000

Synopsis

Duke Orsino sends his page, Cesario ( Viola in disguise) to woo Lady Olivia for him. Viola, secretly in love with her master, goes on her mission to see Olivia and achieves unexpected results…….

Director: Ng Wa Wei

Actors
Gan Teik Chee.......Orsino, Duke of Illyria
Melen Ooi.......The Duke’s Attendant
Goon Cheng Huat.......The Duke’s Attendant
Saw Jin Jin.......Viola
Sridharan Vengadaraman.......Captain
Ong Eng Hong.......Sir Toby Belch
Nergish Manecksha.......Maria
Joachim Lim.......Sir Andrew Aguecheek
R. Murali.......Feste
Mary Schneider.......Olivia
Himanshu Bhatt.......Malvolio
Philip T.C.Yeoh.......Antonio
Yeoh El Lynn.......Sebastian
Abdul Raqib Karim.......Fabian
Melen Ooi.......First Officer
Sridharan Vengadaraman.......Second Officer
Goon Cheng Huat.......Priest

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A Passage To India Flyer

A Passage to India

by E. M. Forster

Date/s: 23rd, 24th April and 30th, 31st August 1999

Synopsis

The Play is set in the colonial British Raj era of the 1920s. Aziz, a native government doctor in the provincial town of Chandrapore meets the liberal English principal Fielding to form a fascinating bridge of friendship amid an uncertain political and social backdrop.

Director: Himanshu Bhatt

Actors
Murali Ramachandran.......Dr Aziz
Himanshu Bhatt.......Fielding
Lucille Dass.......Mrs Moore
Abbie Neoh.......Adela Quested
P. Letchumunaperumal.......Professor Godbole
Gordon Lee.......Ronnie Heaslop
Mary Schneider.......Mrs Turton
Tan Lee Wah.......Mrs McBryde
May Lim Beng Suan.......Mrs Collin
Gan Teik Chee.......Lieutenant Fletcher
Lionel Vytialingam.......Major Callendar
Anthony Ng.......Turton
Joel Jayaruben.......McBryde
Kamaruddin Hashim.......Hamidullah
Woo Yee Saik.......Amritrao
Kalidas Muniandy.......Das

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A Tangled Web Programme

A Tangled Web

Date/s: 26th June 1998

Norma by Alan Owen
Synopsis: A Romantic meeting in the Park has an unexpected outcome, especially for the man.

Twelfth Night (Act 3, Scene 4) by William Shakespere
Synopsis: The Lady Olivia has a surprise when her serious steward, Malvolio, begins to smile. Her uncle, Sir Toby, and maid , Maria, know more about this than they would care to say.Maria has written a letter in the hand of Lady Olivia telling Malvolio that she, Lady Olivia, loves him.

Daisy Pulls it Off (Act 2) by Dennis Deegan
Synopsis: The girls from Grangewood School battle to find the Beaumont Treasure and in the process uncover the terrible secret of their Geography teacher.

The Hypochondriac (Act 2)
Synopsis: Argan uses his daughter Louison to spy on her older sister, but is he getting the full picture of what’s going on?

The Importance of Being Earnest (Act 2)
Synopsis: Cecily and Gwendolen are both keen to announce their engagement to Earnest but don’t seem to be able to locate him.

Norma
Director: Ms Julia Ross

Actors
Katie MacNamara.......Norma
Gordon Lee.......Man

Twelfth Night (Act 3, Scene 4)
Director: Ms Julia Ross

Actors
Anthony Ng.......Malvolio
Gan Teik Chee.......Sir Toby
May Lim.......Maria
Victoria Rowson.......Olivia

Daisy Pulls it Off (Act 2)
Director: Ms Julia Ross

Actors
Victoria Rowson.......Daisy
Lucille Dass.......Trixie
Julia Ross.......Clare
Abbie Neoh.......Alice
May Lim.......Miss Gibson
Joelle Saint Arnoult.......Mademoiselle

The Hypochondriac (Act 2)
Director: Ms Julia Ross

Actors
Ian Kerr.......Argan
Abbie Neoh.......Louison

The Importance of Being Earnest (Act 2)
Director: Ms Julia Ross

Actors
Ian Kerr.......Merriman
Jane Rowson.......Cecily Cardew
Sarah Salathiel.......Fairfax
Mark Roper.......Jack Worthing
Himanshu Bhatt.......Algernon Moncrief

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A Hateful Of Rain Flyer

A Hatful of Rain

by Michael Vincente Gazzo

Date/s: 20th, 21st June 1997

Synopsis

It’s about John Pope, who is dealing with his morphine addiction and his brother, Polo’s growing attraction to his wife Celia.

Director: Himanshu Bhatt

Actors
Anthony Ng.......John Pope, Sr
Himanshu Bhatt-.......Johnny Pope
May Lim.......Celia Pope
Lucille Dass.......Big Mother
Mohamed Ziaudeen.......Apples
Shiren Arshan.......Chuch
Kalidas Muniandy.......Polo Pope

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Relatively Speaking Flyer

Relatively Speaking

by Alan Ayckbourn

Date/s: 7th, 8th June 1996

Synopsis

Greg and Ginny are living together, but Greg is becoming somewhat suspicious that he is not the only man in her life. He wonders about Ginny’s plans” to visit her parents” and decides to follow her. A series of misunderstandings and a wildly hilarious situation unfolds.

Director: Muriel Bordet

Actors
Ian Kerr.......Philip
Mary Schneider.......Sheila
Gavin Yap.......Greg
Victoria Rowson.......Ginny

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The Mousetrap Programme

The Mousetrap

by Agatha Christie

Date/s: 16th, 17th June 1995

Synopsis

The Story takes place at a guest house owed by a charming couple the Ralston. As the guests settle down, a detective sergeant from the local police arrives and informs them that one of them could be the next victim of the Culver Street Murderer whose signature tune is “Three Blind Mice”.

Director: Mano Balachandran

Actors
Leong Yim Fong.......Mollie Ralston
John Cadman.......Giles Ralston
Gavin Yap.......Christopher Wren
Mary Payne.......Mrs Boyle
Patrick Barnham.......Major Metcalf
Mary Schneider–Ong.......Miss Casewell
Ian Kerr.......Mr Paravicini
Matthew Lynch.......Sergeant Trotter

Dick Whittington & Supercat Programme

Dick Whittington & Wondercat

by David Woods

Date/s: 13th, 14th, 15th May 1994

Synopsis

Dick, a poor young boy from the English Countryside travels to London to seek a fortune. On the way he befriends a homeless cat who travels with him for the rest of the story.

Director: Ian Kerr

Actors
Sarah Adam.......Alice
Anand Chandra.......Harry
Steve Hilton.......Bertha
Richard Monaghan.......Fitzewarren
Christopher Nordmann.......Dick
Norhanida Bt. Noordin Merican.......Coral
Laavanya Ramachandran.......Pearl
Joelle Saint Arnoult.......Cat
Mary Schneider-Ong.......Buckle
Susie Sedgwick.......Swash
Gavin Yap.......Tom
Irene Yeap.......Queen

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Gosforth's Fête and Between Mouthfuls Programme

Gosforth's Fete & Between Mouthfuls

by Alan Ayckbourn

Date/s: 24th, 25th, 26th May 1993

Gosforth's Fete
Synopsis: A disastrous fete is depicted in this play.

Between Mouthfuls
Synopsis: Between Mouthfuls deals with two couples eating at separate tables in a restaurant realize an unwelcome common bond, assisted by an interactive waiter………..The waiter is extremely well spoken.

Gosforth's Fete
Director: Angela Clarke

Actors
Louis Gillespie.......Gosforth
Mary Payne.......Milly
Choong Chi-Ren.......Stuart Stokes
Leong Yim Fong.......Councillor Mrs Wentworth
Gan Teik Chee.......Vicar John Braithwaite
May Lim & Joanne Greenland.......Tea Ladies

Between Mouthfuls
Director: Angela Clarke.

Actors
Richard Monaghan.......Waiter
Himanshu Bhatt.......Mr Pierce
Penny Law.......Mrs Pierce
Gavin Yap.......Martin Charmers
Ooi Mei Li.......Poly Charmers

Admirable Crichton Programme

Admirable Crichton

by J. M. Barrie

Date/s: 5th, 6th November 1992

Synopsis

It’s concerned with an aristocratic English family who revert to the state of Nature when shipwrecked on a desert island. While there, they are willing slaves of their former butler, but on return to civilization their positions are shifted.

Director: Angela Clarke

Actors
Ian Kerr.......Mr Crichton
Louise Gillespie.......The Earl Of Loam
Choong Chi-Ren.......Hon. Ernest Woolley
Leong Yim Fong.......Lady Mary Lasenby
Sandie Broedelet.......Lady Agatha Lasenby
Shirlley Lathwell.......Lady Cahterine Lasenby
Mary Payne.......Eliza (“Tweeny”)
David Evans.......Rev. John Treherne
Irene Yeap.......Lady Brocklehurst
Gavin Burgess.......Lord Brocklehurst
Anni Nordmann.......Miss Fisher
Stuart Latham.......Tompsett
Stuart Latham.......Naval Officer
Jill Hawkins.......Miss Simmons
Christopher Nordmann.......Stable Boy
Rob Broedelet.......Monsieur Fleury
Joelle Wong.......Mademoiselle Jeanne
Mary Ong.......Kitchen Wench
May Lim.......Mrs Perkins

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