Edited by Helen Peters
Edited By Helen Peters
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SICKNESS, DEATH AND BEYOND THE GRAVE Sickness, Death and Beyond the Grave first played at the Little Theatre, Memorial University, St. John's 27 September to 13 October 1974, and played under the Theatre Passe Muraille banner at Bathurst Street Church, Toronto 27 October to 16 November, 197 4. Members of Codco who wrote, composed the music for and performed the play are as follows: Andy Jones Cathy Jones Bob Joy Greg Malone Diane Olsen Rev. Freep, Prof. Jones, King, Cynthia, el Basketto, Cardinal, Ringmaster, Butt Buxby, Abe, Isaac Grady, Laughing Corpse, etc. Doreen, Penelope Rigby Digby, Blind Fairy, Arkadina Tovaravich, Juliette, Connie, Em Cahill, Suicide Corpse, etc. Messenger, Doctor, Clergyman, Director, Burf, Undertaker, etc.; piano and guitar. Cec, Duke, Uncle Dicken, Charles, Lover, Pope, Nicholai Tovaravich, Phil, Arthur Trickett, Metrobus Corpse, Dracula, etc. Melba, Joni Mitchell, Mother, Nina Petrovna Tovaravich, Catherine Deneuve, Charlene, Sister Celery/Aunt Phene, etc. Tommy Sexton Bernie Snelgrove, Rodney Todney, Cook, Ivan Tovaravich, Lars Larsson, Singer, Christopher, Nurse, Stabbed Corpse, etc. Mary Walsh Additional credits: Effie, Translator, Reporter, Masha Tovaravich, Carmelita Pope, Betty Anderson, Myr, Alice Cahill, Disintegrating Corpse, etc. Maisie (Kelland) Rillie- business manager, replaced Diane Olsen in Toronto opening show Sandy Morris - music, guitar M. White - administration Scott Strong- lighting and stage management Derek Strong- lighting and technical assistance Ken Winter- technical assistance and stage management 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. SICKNESS, DEATH AND BEYOND THE GRAVE Scenes BERNIE SNELGROVE: SUPERSTAR SCOTTISH FOLK...
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