Leeds Arts Centre performed The Changeling in December 1979.
The costumes for this production were designed by Malcolm Brown; some of the original drawings can be seen here.
|Alsemero, a Valencian Nobleman||Chris Richmond|
|Jasperino, his friend||Richard Carlin|
|Beatrice-Joanna, daughter to Vermandero||Joanna Eaves|
|Diaphanta, her waiting-woman||Fiona Stevenson|
|De Flores, servant to Vermandero||Robin Polley|
|Vermandero, father to Beatrice-Joanna||Len Sheldon|
|Alonzo de Piracquo, suitor to Beatrice-Joanna||Jim Young|
|Tomazo de Piracquo, his brother||Tony Nelson|
|Alibius, a jealous doctor||George Teale|
|Lollio, his man||Graham Alchorne|
|Pedro, friend to Antonio||Dennis Stevenson|
|Antonio, the Changeling||Geoff Mountain|
|Isabella, wife to Alibius||Ann Benson|
|Franciscus, the Counterfiet Madman||Trevor Money|
|Madhouse Inmates and Servants||Margaret Artle|
|Stage Manager||Gordon Carlin|
|Sound Recording||Sidney Irving|
|Sound Operation||David Scott|
|Box Office||John Pemberton|
|Front of House||Anita Mountain|
The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.
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We’re always looking to add to our archive of past productions – if you have any other memories of The Changeling, we would be very pleased to hear from you.