The Secret Garden - Broadway Revisited

The Secret Garden

The Synopsis

Living in a lonely manor house in 1906 England, Archiebald Craven yearns for his beautiful, late wife. He blames his crippled son, Colin, for his wife’s death and has left him neglected and isolated. Their quiet routine is turned upside down when young Mary Lennox, a rich, spoiled child, is sent to live with them following the death of her parents by cholera in India. While living at the manor house, Mary discovers a secret walled garden hidden in the grounds and releases the magic and adventures locked inside, changing their lives forever.

The Production Team

Director – Andrew Castle

Choreographer – Rebekka Osborn

Musical Director – Greg Jones

Assistant Director – Kerryn Blanch

Rehearsal Pianist – Chris King

The Cast

Steven Barlett (William), Susan Bellamy (Mrs Shelley). Kate Campbell-Westaway (Jane), Penny Chilton (Lily Craven), Andrew Clare (Lieutenant Wright), Rosemi Fitchett (Alice), Simon Greer (Archiebald Craven), Rob Hale (Dr Neville Craven), Mike Hart (Captain Albert Lennox), Wendy Hudson (Clair Holmes), Danni Johnstone (Ayah), Christina Kafalias (Rose Lennox), Anne Kitto (Nurse), Jo Michel (Mrs Medlock), Jessica Munoz (Ayah), Lennox Niven (Colin Craven), Michael O’Neill (Dickon), Kevin Ryan (Major Holmes), Katherine Sharpham (Martha), Michael Simms (Major Shelley), Isabel Wilson (Mary Lennox), Shari Wilson (Mrs Winthrop), Michael Withal (Ben Weatherstaff), David Wood (Lieutenant Shaw)

Broadway Revisited

The Synopsis

A trip back to Broadway to celebrate some of the great shows, composers and lyricists of the last century.

The Production Team

Director – Peter Burgess

Choreographer – Michelle Millgate

Musical Director – Kate Palethorpe

Assistant Musical Director – Helen Short

The Cast

David Barron, Maryanne Bawden, Barbara Benson, Ken Bond, Laraine Brown, Victoria Brown, Peter Burgess, Owen Childs, Bryan Dalton, Trudi Dalton, Robyn Goldman, Eliza Keanan-Brown, Keith McBeth, Robert McKay, Chrissy Sherlock, Monica Speter, Di Stanford, Betty Tougher, Greg Wood.