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Les Liaisons Dangereuses, July 2001

Les Liaisons Dangereuses
by Christopher Hampton, after Chorderlos de Laclos

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 A B O U T


A web of social debauchery set in the opulence and decadance of 1780s France.

Adapted from an eighteenth century novel, Les Liaisons Dangereuses follows the lives, loves, lusts and lies of members of the French aristocracy as they amuse and abuse themselves and each other through the seemingly endless days of luxury.

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

at the Welsh Church Hall
5 adults
2.50 concessions

Thu 26 July 2001, 8pm
Fri 27 July 2001, 8pm
Sat 28 July 2001, 8pm

 C A S T

Marquise de Merteuil

Rebecca Sycamore

Madame de Volanges

Elizabeth Kenny

Cecile Volanges

Mimi Cheung

Major-domo

Trevor Little

Le Vicomte de Valmont

Stephen Balchin

Maid

Salley Rear

Azolan

Jonathan Kitchen

Madame de Rosemonde

Catherine Alexander

La Presidente de Tourvel

Corinda Slyfield

Emilie

Alison Brear

Le Chevalier Danceney

Tim Saward

 P R O D U C T I O N   T E A M

Director

Ian Halverson

Assistant Director

Victoria Harris

Lighting

Emma Ranger

Sound

Antony Carr

Stage Management

Salley Rear and Trevor Little

Set Design

Ian Halverson

Set Construction

Ian Halverson, Trevor Little and the cast

Dressers

Shantel Kantor and Kate Tricks

Box Office

Peter Heath

Front of House

Phil Braithwaite, Suzy Cole, Peter Heath, Ita Hill, Leighanne Smith, Donnalyn Morris, Glenda O'Sullivan

Programme

Phil Braithwaite

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Images by and © Dave Gatward

 R E H E A R S A L   I M A G E S  

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Images by Tim Saward

 P O S T E R

Poster. Click for larger version
design: Tim Saward

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