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Freedom of the City

Freedom of the City By Brian Friel Directed by Doug Bennett Season 3 2008: 2 September to 20 September Victorian Drama League "Best Production' winner 2008 Set in Derry in 1970, in the aftermath of a Civil Rights meeting, this play conjures the events of Bloody Sunday. Three unarmed marchers find themselves in the mayor's parlour in the Guildhall. Reports and rumours exaggerate their 'occupation' of forty armed rebels and they are shot by British soldiers as they surrender. The play documents the victims' final hours and a subsequent tribunal of inquiry into their deaths.

CAST

Lily:

Gabrielle O'Brien

Skinner:

Liam Jordan

Michael:

Jason Triggs

Press Photographer:

Steve Tanner

Priest:

Adrian Carr

Judge:

Barry O'Neill

Police Constable:

Les Wallis

Dr Dobbs - Sociologist:

Sandy Clinton

The Balladeer:

Adrian Carr

Brigadier Johnson Hanbury:

Rod Flanagan

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Army Press Officer:

Les Wallis

Dr Winbourne - Forensic Expert:

Adrian Carr

Professor Cupley - Pathologist:

Cyril Whitchurch

Liam O'Kelly - RTE Commentator:

Richard Foster

Reporter:

Steve Tanner

Soldier No. 1:

Peter Young

Soldier No. 2:

Ian Carter

Soldier No. 3:

Luke Privatera

Cameraman:

Steve Tanner

Barkeep:

Les Wallis

CREW

Director:

Doug Bennett

Production Manager:

Catherine Carr

Assistant Production Managers:

Alan Burrows, Nicholas Ryan

Stage Manager:

Steve Tanner

Voice Coach:

Sharon Corbier

Set Design:

Doug Bennett

Scenic Artist:

Graham McGuffie

Assistant Scenic Artists:

Doug Bennett, Catherine Carr, Nerida Forster-Clarke, Nicholas Ryan, Moira Wood, Ray Wood

Wardrobe:

Margaret Bayley, Sylvia Carr

Makeup:

Sean Butler

Lighting Design:

Jason Bovaird, Colin Mortley

Sound Design:

Adrian Carr, Michael Gerrish

Lighting Operation:

Nicholas Ryan

Sound Operation:

Sophie Hatcher

Set Construction:

Doug Bennett, Greg Brand, Leigh Delmenico, Stephen Nichols Snr, Les Wallis, Ted Waring

Front of House Manager:

Lesley Bailey

Publicity:

Alan Quantrell

Photography:

Rod Flanagan

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ATC Historian:

Jenny Boulton

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Evening performances,

7.30pm refreshments, 8.00pm start.


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