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.
We’re always looking to add to our archive of past productions – if you have any other memories of The Jew of Malta, we would be very pleased to hear from you.