'The Importance Of Being Earnest'
by Oscar Wilde
29th March - 3rd April 1982
'Derby Shakespeare Society's Globe Players' made a return to the Guildhall stage in April 1982 with Bette Ezaz's production of 'The Importance Of Being Earnest'.
Between 1977 and 1983 it was customary for plays by authors other than William Shakespeare to be performed under the 'Globe Players' name. Bette's impeccable cast brought Oscar Wilde's wonderful play to life in this production of 'a trivial comedy for serious people'.
We hope to be able to add more information and photographs from this production soon.
Director - Bette Ezaz
Stage Director - Jean Wood
Stage Manager - James Dean
Lighting - John Grosvenor
Wardrobe - Pat MacLean & Barbara Martin
Props - Glenys Glazebrook
Make-up - Sandie Allen & Mabs Potter
Music - John Roberts
Book - Jewel Juden
Cover Design - David Bennett-Miller
Front Of House - Richard Carter
John Worthing - Christopher Richmond
Algernon Moncrieff - Ian Jervis
Rev. Canon Chasuble - Donald Potter
Merriman - Stan Huyton
Lane - Tony Jaggers & John Cocke
Lady Bracknell - Bette Ezaz
Gwendolen Fairfax - Irene Patten
Cecily Cardew - Lisa Wright
Miss Prism - Jessica Clewes