The Servant of Two Masters

by Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Malcolm Browndirected by Malcolm Brown
October 2002
The Civic Theatre

Leeds Arts Centre performed The Servant of Two Masters in October 2002.

Production photos

These photographs were taken during the production’s rehearsals.

Set designs

The set for this production was designed by Malcolm Brown; the original set model can be seen here.


Pantalone dei Bisognosi, a Venetian merchantMartin Key
Clarice, his daughterRachel Morgan-Trimmer
Dr LombardiEdwin Barraclough
Silvio, his sonChris Hudson
Beatrice Rasponi, a lady of Turin disguised as her brother, Federigo RasponiJo Carr
Florindo Aretusi, a gentleman of TurinIan Major
Brighella, an inkeeperMalcolm Padwell
Smeraldina, maidservant to ClariceKate Thorpe
Truffaldino, a servant to Beatrice and afterwards to FlorindoRichard Francis
First WaiterTom Bailey
Second WaiterDavid Cooper
PorterTom Bailey

Backstage team

DirectorMalcolm Brown
Production ManagerMargaret Davey
Stage ManagerJoyce King
Set ConstructionTony Nelson
 Christine Wilson
PropertiesDenise Davies
 Doreen Parker
LightingPeter Waddicor
Sound RecordingJim Marshall
Sound OperationDavid Mallinson
Fight ArrangerMartin Key
PromptMonica Brown
Wardrobe SupervisorJean Blundell
Box OfficeMaggie Rhodes
Front of HouseSamantha Sied

Archive documents

The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.

Download: Programme
(442 KBytes)
Download: Flyer
(1.3 MBytes)

Add to the archive

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