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PLEASE BE AWARE THAT STROBE LIGHTING IS USED DURING THIS PERFORMANCE

Not afraid to make a scene


The Cast Miranda – Virgin and would be homecoming queen Charlotte Broadbent

Science Officer – A woman with a mysterious past Ashleyanne Krigbaum

Dr. Propero – A mad scientist Adam Moulder

Captin Tempest – A Starship Captin Tom Hartill

Cookie – The ship’s cook and a hopeless romantic Simon Goble

Ariel – A soft hearted robot Alma Fournier-Carballo

Bosun – All round good guy Jonathan Tan

Navagation Officer – A woman who knows where she is going Layla Amir-Soleymani

Ship’s Crew Sally Tape – Deborah Berenson-Perkins Mable Line – Franky Dineen Andy Sceptic – Chris Dobson Dee Tergent – Kate Holdsworth Axel Dent – Erica Horton Cutie Cull – Charlotte King


The Band Conductor – Thomas Fletcher Keyboard – Ben Lee/Emma Jacques Drums – Ed Cowley Guitars – Nick Jukes, Nikk Hope Bass – Emily Wilkinson Tenor Sax – Chris Causon Alto Sax – Becky Church Trumpet – Clare Jenneson Trombone – Louis Hickman Production Team Directors – Matt Hassal, Hayley Payne, Phillipa O’Shauahnessy Musical Director – Thomas Fletcher Production Manager – Emily Aylward Technical Support – Matt Meen Lighting Operator – Daisy Cooper Sound Operator - Error! Contact not defined. Stage Hands – Virginia Miller, Karen Rudy, David Sheppard

Costume – Caggy Kerlogue, Amy Smith Hair and Make-Up – Amy Smith, Olivia Vinall, Emily Finch


Special Thanks to – Rob Little, Tristian Cass, Matt

Meen,

Jonathon

Armbruster,

Katie

Rider,

Sarah Handley, Vanessa Bowen, David Sheppard, Mel Smith, Jon Brittain, Vincent Maltby, Emma Jaques, Caggy

Kerlogue,

Amy

Smith,

Pete

Beck,

Laura

Hodges, Matt Land, Ant Cule, Jon Hyde, Laurie Miller-Zutshi, UEA Music Society, Drama Studio Publicity Team, and all the Cast, Crew and Band for their fantastic work.

You are about to join us abroad the Intergalactic Starship, Albartross! After an unexpected shower of asteroids forces the crew to crash land on the mysterious planet, D’Illyria, nothing is as it seems… Loosely based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Sci-Fi “B” Movie, ‘Forbidden Planet’, and set to sensational 50s and 60s hits! So fasten your seat belts for a Rock ‘n’ Roll ride through space. We hope you enjoy your flight.

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