The Jew of Malta
Leeds Arts Centre performed The Jew of Malta in October 1991.
These photographs were taken during the production.
The costumes for this production were designed by Malcolm Brown; some of the original drawings can be seen here.
The set for this production was designed by Malcolm Brown; the original set model can be seen here.
|Machevil, the Prologue||Edwin Barraclough|
|Barabas, the Jew||Martin Key|
|Abigail, his daughter||Julie Spencer|
|First Jew||Barry Green|
|Second Jew||David Mallinson|
|Ferneze, the Governor of Malta||Edwin Barraclough|
|Lodowick, his son||Daniel Inman|
|Mathias, her son||Chris Ward|
|Bellamira, a courtesan||Gwyneth Hadley|
|Pilia-Borza, a theif||Michael Brooksbank|
|Friar Jacomo||Barry Green|
|Friar Barnadine||David Mallinson|
|Selim-Calymath, the Turkish leader||Daniel Inman|
|Martin del Bosco, Vice-Admiral of Spain||Bill Hutchinson|
|Ithamore, a Turkish slave||Chris Hirst|
|Stage Manager||Trevor Money|
|Sound Recording||Jim Marshall|
|Sound Operation||Scott Pearson|
|Set Construction||Geoffrey Hillyard|
|Fight Arrangers||Michael Brooksbank|
|Box Office||Maggie Rhodes|
|Front of House||Joyce King|
The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.
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